Top 5 Sushant Singh Rajput films
We look over our top 5 films featuring the late actor
Sushant Singh Rajput’s 7 year career in Bollywood was short but action packed. The actor started out in television, and even entered two dance reality shows before eventually hitting the big time in major Bollywood films. We’ve chosen our top 5 favourite ever Sushant Singh Rajput films to remember the actor by.
Sushant stars alongside Sara Ali Khan’s in this romantic drama which tells the love story of a Muslim porter and the unruly daughter of a Hindu priest . The film shows their two characters blossom in a fairytale love story before they get found out and separated. Equally intense and passionate, Kedarnarth shows Sushant take on a role like no other.
Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!
This 2015 release saw Sushant take on a slightly different role in this murder mystery thriller. Rajput plays the lead role of Detective Byomkesh Bakshy, a zany detective who was out to solve crimes. As someone who was usually casted in romance films, the role Byomkesh Bakshy was a nice change of scenery for the actor.
Kai Po Che
This was Sushant’s breakthrough role, and it won him the Filmfare Best Male Debut award. Having worked as a back in dancer and television actor, Sushant was given the time to shine in this tale of three friends who want famous cricket players. They start their own cricket academy in the hope that they will make it big however various hurdles almost stop them achieving their dream.
M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story
This 2016 biographical release tells the life story of the Indian cricket player M.S. Dhoni. Sushant plays the role of Dhoni brilliantly, capturing a series of life events which lead Dhoni to become the team captain of the India cricket team. Sushant took the role very seriously, and worked alongside Dhoni during the production of this film in order to portray him accurately.
Based on the John Green novel, The Fault In Our Stars, Dil Bechara is the Indian take on the romantic tragedy that tells the story of two terminally ill young adults who fall in love. Sushant’s character will make you laugh, gasp and cry in this complex tale of love and illness.