As Sushant Singh Rajput leaves for heavenly abode, revisiting the actor's bucket list full of his '50 spectacular dreams'

Sushant Singh Rajput, who died of suicide at his home in Mumbai on Sunday morning, was said to be dealing with depression. The actor was 34. He debuted in Bollywood with Kai Po Che! and was last seen in Chhichhore. Sushant was found hanging at his Bandra home in Mumbai 'without any suicide note'. 

Sushant believed that sharing one’s dreams is a powerful impetus to making it a reality. He had an ambitious list of 50 dreams that he wanted to achieve in this lifetime which he had shared.  His spectacular dreams included getting a flying license, sending 100 kids to NASA’s workshop, playing football with Ronaldo, building the biggest library in India and witnessing an active volcano. The idea behind Sushant sharing his dream list on a public platform was to encourage all his followers to love their dreams as well. He had even started a book club Intoxillectual where he would suggest books to his followers to create an understanding of science. 

Unfortunately, the actor left us all with the list of his impending dreams. 


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Sushant was born in Patna. He is survived by his two sisters and father, Dr KK Singh. Sushant lost his mother in 2002 when he was only 16 years old.