‘Shocking moment for me’ – Kiran More, who trained Sushant Singh Rajput for MS Dhoni-The Untold Story, devastated after actor’s demise

‘Shocking moment for me’ – Kiran More, who trained Sushant Singh Rajput for MS Dhoni-The Untold Story, devastated after actor’s demise

Rajput was greeted with praises after he did a wonderful job in the movie, released in 2016.

Kiran More and Sushant Singh Rajput
Kiran More and Sushant Singh Rajput. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Back in the mid of 2016 when MS Dhoni-The Untold Story hit the silverscreens, there was a lot of buzz since the movie was on one of India’s greatest captains. All eyes were on Sushant Singh Rajput, the actor in the film, who didn’t have much of an experience in the Indian film industry. However, he played the role to perfection and garnered lots of accolades for his incredible work.

He became a household after the perfection with which he put forth his stupendous abilities, pretty effortlessly. It’s been almost four years since the release of the movie and times have changed. The Bihar-born actor has embraced the heavens as he committed suicide. His body was found at his Mumbai residence and the development has left the entire country in utter shock.

Sushant Singh Rajput bids goodbye

Not only from the film industry, but the cricketing fraternity has also dropped in their condolences for Sushant. A few days ago, his ex-manager passed away after falling from the 14th floor of his friend’s home in Mumbai. And now it was Sushant’s  turn to bid adieu.

In the meantime, Kiran More, who trained Rajput for the movie, is shocked after what has happened. From the personal viewpoint, More, who’s also a legendary Indian cricketer, couldn’t fathom what took place.

He took to Twitter and wrote, “It is a shocking moment for me personally, @itsSSR was someone whom I trained for the role as @msdhoni. I don’t know how I or anyone who knows him will be able to recover from this shock, gone too soon my friend #SushantSinghRajput #RIPSushant,”

Here is More’s tweet

Back in 2013, Rajput made his Bollywood debut with Kai Po Che. In that movie, he also played the role of a cricket aspirant, who eventually died after being mistakenly shot by his friend. In the very next year in 2014, he rubbed shoulders with Amir Khan in PK alongside Ansuhka Sharma.

His recent movie Chicchhore also became a hit among the young audience. But before he stepped on the film industry, he featured in TV shows like Pavitra Rishta, aired on Zee. In the last few weeks, Bollywood has severely been jolted after the demises of Sushant, Irrfan Khan and Rishi Kapoor.