Nitesh Tiwari opens up on Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide: Exchanged messages around 10 days ago
Sushant Singh Rajput‘s last big hit was ‘Chhichhore’. Even though many considered it to be the best film of last year, it didn’t manage to win a lot of awards at the functions. However, that didn’t discourage the maker Nitesh Tiwari as he was constantly in touch with his leading man Sushant Singh Rajput.
Sushant’s suicide has come as a jolt to all of his fans, followers and people from the film fraternity. Nitesh who shared a cordial bond with Sushant says that he knew him even before they met up for ‘Chhichhore’. The team of ‘Chhichhore’ including director Nitesh Tiwari spoke to Bollywood Bubble right before the release of the movie. Have a look at the chat right here:
The ace director, while talking to Mumbai Mirror said, “I knew him before we collaborated on Chhichhore through common friends. I had met him on a few occasions before we started working together and grew close during the making of the film. He was like a younger brother to Ashwiny (Iyer Tiwari) and me; so full of life and excited about the projects he was doing. He wanted to launch some things. We exchanged messages around 10 days ago. It was just a casual chat; he enquired about Ashwiny and our kids and I asked him how he was doing. He shared that he was learning coding and I told him that my son, Aaradhya, was learning it too. As always, we ended our chat saying, ‘Keep in touch.’”
‘Chhichhore’ turned out to be the last big hit of Sushant Singh Rajput. His next film ‘Drive’ turned out to be a dead turkey and nobody loved it at all. He will soon be seen in ‘Dil Bechara’, which is a remake of ‘The Fault In Our Stars’. The film is ready and waiting for a release date, however, latest reports suggest that it won’t wait any longer for a theatrical release, and will soon hit the OTT platform. The film has finalised a deal with Disney+Hotstar, and we are eagerly awaiting the release of the movie.