Manoj Bajpayee reveals Sushant Singh Rajput was troubled by blind articles: “He was insecure”

Manoj Bajpayee Reveals Sushant Singh Rajput Was Bothered By Blind Articles:

The photo was shared on Instagram. (Image courtesy: Sushant Singh Rajput,

Manoj Bajpayee Never hesitates to talk about his personal and professional life. Recently, the actor opened up about him and his equation Sonchiria Co-star, the late Sushant Singh Rajput. He also revealed how blind articles (gossip reports) bother Sushant. In conversation with Siddharth KannanManoj Bajpayee said, “He was very insecure about us. The man was there, the man was very, and the man was very impressed. right? He often asked me what should I do sir? That is why I asked you to study seriously. I died because I suffered, am suffering, am still suffering. (He was vulnerable in that regard. He was a good man, and good people are often influenced, right? Sometimes he would come to me and ask, ‘Sir, what shall I do?’ So I would say to him, ‘Brother, I know that I have suffered, I am suffering, I am still suffering.’” Sushant Singh Rajput passed away on 14 June 2020.

Manoj Bajpayee also added how he shared his approach to handling such articles Sushant Singh Rajputthe actor said, “One person is Bhai (Sushant Singh Rajput) who is running the film, who is in power, he has to be handled, I try to handle him from the other side. I have told his friends that he will come to Marunga. Because I know that friend will come and say that you will die, Manoj was saying. I am a Bihari man, I have never struggled like this. Tell his friend or tell his friend’s friend. He is a friend, he will tell his friend, the friend will come and tell him that Manoj will kill you. Is there a need here to reach the grassroots? Sushant has reached this far.(There are some people, bro, whose films are doing well, who are in power; I treat them differently. I tell their friends I will come and kill you. Because I know a friend went and said Manoj I am a Bihari. Being a man, I don’t fight with anyone like that, so Manoj laughed a lot.

Manoj Bajpayee then quoted Sushant Singh Rajput’s reply, “Sir, you can do it. I couldn’t do it. how should i do (Sir, only you can do this. I can’t. How can I do it?)

“But he used to suffer from those blind articles,” notes Manoj.

Talking about his relationship with Sushant Singh Rajput, Manoj Bajpayee said, “He was a very sensitive and very intelligent man. And I used to make him mutton on the sets, because he was basically a Bihari. So we used to eat meat rice, I would cook it, and then we would eat it and keep saying that Manoj bhai is coming to eat at your house. I (said) I will raise you as I make you. That was our last conversation. And he died after 10 days(He was a sensitive and intelligent person. And, he loved the mutton I cooked on the sets because he was originally from Bihar. So I would cook the meat and rice we used to eat and often eat it and say, ‘Manoj bhai, I want to come to your house.’) want to eat.) May God rest his soul.

Manoj Bajpayee has also shared his reaction on the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. “I was shocked, devastated, as was everyone who was close to him or around him,” he said. I was one of them. I couldn’t believe it. Even now I can’t believe that I was able to treat people to death like a doctor. One Sushant, one Irrfan (Khan). It was too early. It is difficult to adjust to their departure. As one gets older, you start to understand it. But now this log is just booming. They were thriving, doing well. How much time is there in logos? Irfan has done well at the national and international level. His absence has not been noticed till date. (Even now I can’t believe it. I can’t believe two people died. One was Sushant’s and the other was Irrfan Khan’s. It was too early. It’s hard to agree with their departure. When one gets older, you can agree with him.)

Irfan Khan Died at the age of 53 at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital in Mumbai. He is being treated for a colon infection.

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