“Sushant Singh Rajput was going to start a film with me”, says Rumi Jaffrey

The super-hit writer and director chief Rumi Jaffrey is in a condition of stun in the wake of becoming aware of Sushant Singh Rajput’s abrupt passing. “This is the third passing of somebody so near me occurring inside weeks. Rishi Kapoor resembled a sibling, at that point Wajid Khan who resembled a family. 

What’s more, presently Sushant…. I can barely handle it! Sushant was extremely near me and my family. He adored my better half’s cooking and demanded to have her khana when the lockdown would be finished. We needed to meet for the film that we were doing. 
"Sushant Singh Rajput was going to start a film with me", says Rumi Jaffrey

It was to be created by Vashu Bhagnani. For quite a while Sushant and I were talking about a potential undertaking together. He instructed me to leave the decision of the maker to him, we at long last focused in on Vashuji,” uncovers Rumi. 

The shooting was to start in July. “We were to shoot the film in London. Be that as it may, at that point this infection finished every one of our arrangements. We had vowed to meet following the lockdown. Yet, it appears God had different plans.” 

Rumi Jaffrey can’t comprehend why Sushant expected to take his life. “He generally had a grin for everybody. He was so loaded with positive vitality. My child cherished him. 

I am conversing with you away from his hearing separation since he would get extremely upset to hear me talking of Sushant previously… It’s simple for individuals to offer snide remarks via web-based networking media pretty much every one of those ‘advantaged Bollywood individuals’ who deserted Sushant in his last days. In any case, nobody deserted him. During his last months, he simply would not like to meet anybody.” 

Is it genuine that Sushant suggested Rhea Chakraborty for Rumi Jaffrey’s Chehre? 

“False by any stretch of the imagination. Rhea was ready from the earliest starting point. She didn’t supplant Kriti Kharbanda. Krystle D’Souza did,” says Rumi.

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