Sushant Singh Rajput First Death Anniversary: Akanksha Puri, Taha Shah Badussha And Priya Banerjee Remember His Most Impactful Dialogues- EXCLUSIVE

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Sushant Singh's body of work may not have been that long, but the quality is impactful and will be remembered for forever. Here are few actors penning their favourite dialogues of the actor from his films:


Akanksha Puri: Sushant Singh Rajput was undoubtedly a brilliant actor. It is unfortunate that we lost such a talent and a humble human being. My favourite dialogue is from Dil Bechara which was also his last film, 'Janam Kab Lena Hai. Aur Marna Kab Hai. Hum Decide Nhi Kar Sakte. Par Kaise Jeena Hai. Wo Hum Decide Kar Sakte Hai'. The meaning of this dialogue indeed is very deep and touching but the way Sushant had delivered this dialogue with the intensity with the look and the persona that he had it was just incredible and heart touching.


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Taha Shah Badussha: It was from his film Chichhore- "Sacche dost wohi hotey hain…jo achhe waqt mein aapki bajate hai…aur jab mushkil waqt aata hai toh wohi chhichhore aapke darwaze par khade nazar aate hai." The feeling and essence of Friendship is universal. Call it your gang, turf, safe space, or whatever you like, there are very few people, even if it's just that one person in your life who would show you the mirror at all times. They might even whack you when you go off track and make mistakes, but these are the very people that stand by you in tough times and celebrate when you succeed. Come what may, do not leave them, do not lose them. For you shall be left alone, and clueless.


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Priya Banerjee: Chichore will always remain my favourite film of Sushant and how his character in it was so inspirational in so many ways. He was extremely special and will always be remembered as one of the most talented actor of our time.


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Shardul Pandit: My favourite film of Sushant is Detective Byomkesh Bakshy and MS Dhoni. I wish I had told him how brilliant he was while he was there and in fact I had penned his when he had passed away. Interestingly, that was the day I was packing from Mumbai to leave forever.


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