"I’ll spot you through that telescope": Bhumi's farewell note to Sushant
New Delhi : Sushant Singh Rajput may have left, but his friends and colleagues are not getting over his emotional memories. His 'Sonchiriya' co-star Bhumi Pednekar crafted her emotions in a most relatable way.
On Friday, Bhumi shared a picture of a notebook and recounted all the life lessons that Sushant gave her. Bhumi signed off her post in these word - "You truly are a double slit photon. A neutron star," referring to what Rajput's Instagram bio says: "Photon in a double-slit."
Bhumi described late Sushant Singh Rajput as a "Supernova" and wrote: "I wake up in the morning and I think of you, I think of all our chats, your habits and moods. Then it kicks in, a pain I couldn't imagine I would feel for you."
Recalling her first meeting with the late actor, Bhumi wrote: "The 1st time we met, you told me you would show me the stars. In my head I wondered -'ya whatever, what a cheese ball.' Little did I know you meant every word you said."
She also mentioned how she had noticed childlike innocence and sparkle in his eyes every time he spoke about stars. "Full of excitement, in the middle of nowhere, you jumped like child. Ready to take us all on a journey. You took us to the moon and back," writes Bhumi.
Sushant Singh Rajput was no ordinary star. "You made me realise I was just a fractal in this pond. You challenged me to write with my left hand and narrate versus backwards, you challenged me to races and quizzes and it drove me nuts. We spoke of Van Gogh, Gaudi and Descartes. We spoke of breaking patterns and creating new ones. We spoke of theories, success and life. We had debates and many fights. We listened to Beethoven and Mozart .We tried understanding their music through algorithms and charts. You spoke of Faraday and tried explaining me Newton's theories through art," wrote the actress.
"I know you can see the world grieving for you. There's a sense of loss everyone feels. Many that met and didn't meet you. Your genius will live on with all the work you've done and through that telescope I'll spot you again. It will be easy because you will be the youngest and the brightest among many we love up there. You are going to be missed. Our dear SSR," read an excerpt from the actress' post.