‘Main Aata Hun Ek Do Din Mein Waapas’ – Says Sushant Singh Rajput In This Unseen Video Shared By Swastika Mukherjee

Sushant Singh Rajput

Sushant Singh Rajput – The happy and generous actor now brings tears to our eyes. His flashback moments are most emotional. The more you see it, the more you feel ‘only if he could come back’.

Swastika Mukherjee recently shared a video that will make you smile and cry a bit at the same time. Sushant’s visit to a children’s home during the shoot of Dil Bechara had got him a lot of love. We can see him promising the kids ‘Main Aata Hun Ek Do Din Mein Waapas’.

As much as you wish these words turn true and he really comes back to us after this horrible break, reality is far away from this wish of ours.

Dil Bechara premiered on television on August 9th and this video was created by Star Plus for the promotion of the same.

Check out the video below –

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The man with a heart of gold! The Superstar! Watch the #worldtelevisionpremiere of #DilBechara, Tonight at 8pm on @starplus #dilbecharaonstarplus

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Sushant Singh Rajput passed away on June 14th 2020 at his Bandra flat in Mumbai under mysterious circumstances. Mumbai Police had alleged that Sushant committed suicide due to depression. However, putting a question mark on Mumbai Police’s theory, his family and friends alleged that Sushant was not depressed. Central agencies, CBI is investigating the case along with Enforcement Directorate (ED). His live in partner Rhea Chakraborty, her family, flatmate Siddharth Pithani and alleged old friend Sandip Ssingh are called by ED for interrogation. Rhea has filed a petition not to transfer the case to CBI and that the case is blown out of proportion by media and Bihar Government due to upcoming elections in Bihar. The case is due to be heard on 11th August 2020 at the Supreme Court.

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