Sushant’s WhatsApp last seen and status shared by Anand

When a person of great deeds discontinues to exist, the pain amongst the loved ones knows no bounds. One such…

When a person of great deeds discontinues to exist, the pain amongst the loved ones knows no bounds. One such exceptionally admirable human Sushant Singh Rajput ended his life by committing suicide on June 14, 2020.

Amidst the lockdown and social distancing directives, not many have been able to attend his last rites in Mumbai. However, several celebrities and Sushant’s friends, fans and family have expressed their despair via the social media.

Like many others, film maker Anand Gandhi who is also a close friend of Sushant, poured out his heart with the most emotional note ever. The filmmaker of some amazing movies like Ship Of Thesis, An Insignificant Man, and Tummbad took to Instagram to pen down an Eulogy for Sushant.

Anand shared a video of Sushant hosting his friends and smiling away im happiness. He also revealed Sushant’s WhatsApp last seen and his status.

Here’s what Anand wrote in his post for his dear friend Sushant:-

Sushant. “Last seen Sun at 9:15 AM.” His unchanging Whatsapp status still declares on my phone – an epitaph etched onto a binary stone – more tenacious than granite, as fragile as memory. “Time is but a stubborn illusion, brother.” He would have invoked his relativist hero, part in jest, part in romance, just to inspire an argument from me. “You don’t actually buy into unprovable useless mumbo-jumbo like nth level simulation, do you?” I would have fallen for it.

His smile would widen ear to ear and his eyes pierce through me as he would beam at me. “No.” Gotcha! “Par dil ko khush rakhne ko Ghalib yeh khayal acchha hai (But it’s a pleasant idea to cheer the heart.)” (Running out of space here – read the entire text in my stories).”- Anand Gandhi

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Sushant. “Last seen Sun at 9:15 AM.” His unchanging Whatsapp status still declares on my phone – an epitaph etched onto a binary stone – more tenacious than granite, as fragile as memory. “Time is but a stubborn illusion, brother.” He would have invoked his relativist hero, part in jest, part in romance, just to inspire an argument from me. “You don’t actually buy into unprovable useless mumbo-jumbo like nth level simulation, do you?” I would have fallen for it. His smile would widen ear to ear and his eyes pierce through me as he would beam at me. “No.” Gotcha! “Par dil ko khush rakhne ko Ghalib yeh khayal acchha hai (But it’s a pleasant idea to cheer the heart.)” (Running out of space here – read the entire text in my stories). #sushantsinghrajput #sushantsingh #sushant #eulogy #death #life #meaning

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Anand also shared an eulogy that looked like this:-

Anand ga sho writes eulogy for sushant

Eulogy for sushant

Sushant dead

Sushant worked in a number of versatile films, Chichore being the last one. He was found dead at his Bandra residence on June 14, 2020.

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