Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap recently revealed his guilt of having refused a movie with Sushant. MS Dhoni leed actor was one of the upcoming stars of the Bollywood.
Bollywood actor Late Sushant Singh’s sudden death rattled the entire Bollywood industry. His recent videos showed him in a dismal state getting the fans shocked. Fans took to the internet and slammed the leading directors for the actor’s untimely death. Anurag Kashyap recently opened up how refusing to collaborate with Sushant Singh Rajput has reduced him to loads of guilt. In an interview, he spoke about the late star. One of the most talented Bollywood actors, Sushant passed away two years ago. Servant found the actor hanging in his apartment in Bandra. Actor also recalled how he refused to talk with the late actor just a couple of weeks before his demise.
Tiff with Sushant Singh Rajput renders Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap guilty
Anurag Kashyap spoke about this incident that SSR had tried to reach the filmmaker. Speaking in the interview he revealed how the late actor had urged the director to cast him for the big movies. During the interview, he also did not have good things to say about Abhay. Also, he revealed how he even approached Abhay to apologize. Anurag Kashyap was quoted saying he has realised that he does not need to say everything.
“For example, that whole spat between me and Abhay. Somebody was doing an article about why a very good actor like Abhay is no longer in the movies, and I spoke about my experiences, something that happened 13 years ago. I didn’t need to say it publicly.”Akshay Kumar on working with SSR
Anurag revealed his reactive nature and how it led to many misunderstandings
Dev D movie director opened up on how Sushant called him just a couple of weeks before his death. Also, he tried a couple of times, following which Anurag refused the talk. Revealing his guilt, he attributed it to his explosive nature back then and how he would just snap at anyone out of anger. He mentioned that sickness made him realize a lot of things.
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