When Sushant Singh Rajput penned a heart wrenching poem for his mother; spoke about each other’s broken promises

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Sushant Singh Rajput is no longer amongst us but his memories and musings will always have a place in our hearts. It pains that such an immensely talented actor had to leave us in this way. Sushant was extremely passionate about cinema and everything beyond the realm of this world. Apart from these two things, Sushant’s heart beat only for his late mother.

Time and again, the ‘Kedarnath’ actor had shared several posts and musings in the memory of his late mother. However, we came across this one poem the actor had shared back in 2018 that will instantly leave you teary-eyed.

Sushant was just 16-years-old when his mother left for the heavenly abode in 2002. Devasted by his mother’s death the actor became more reclusive. All these years, there was not a single moment or occasion when Sushant didn’t express how sorely he missed his mother’s presence in his life.

Back in December 2018, SSR had shared this heart-wrenching poem that he had penned for his late mother. The actor’s words are so poignant that it will instantly make you tear up. He had shared the poem alongside the caption, “Maa Ko Mera Pranaam”

A few lines from his poem read, “You promise you would be with me forever, And I promised you I would keep smiling no matter what..It seems we both were wrong mother…”

Sushant’s last Instagram post was also dedicated to his mother. “Blurred past evaporating from teardrops. Unending dreams carving an arc of smile. And a fleeting life, negotiating between the two…#माँ ❤️”

Being an introvert, Sushant hardly mingled with other people. His mother was his closest friend and guide. Her death left a huge void in his life and he was never able to cope with her loss.

The 34-year-old actor breathed his last on June 14. And we hope that now, up there he is with his mother and finally experiencing the solace that he always craved for.

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