If I don't get work in films, then I will open canteen in Film City'- Why Sushant said this?

Actor Sushant Singh Rajput may have bid farewell to the world but his shows and movies are always going to remind fans of him. Sushant Singh Rajput had suffered many ups and downs in his life and career. Sushant was a big dreamer who wanted to work in the movie industry. Sushant thought backup plan: Sushant had started his career in the TV industry. He made a name for him by working on the 'Pavitra Rishta' show. After which he stepped in to pursue a career in Bollywood. Tv stars have always been very troublesome to get work in Bollywood. Sushant Singh Rajput had already wondered what he could do if he did not get work in movies. Saying goodbye to the TV industry, Sushant Singh Rajput had thought that if he did not get work, he would open a canteen in Mumbai's Film City and run his business. He will make a documentary on it and was about to cast himself in this documentary. Sushant spoke about it in a 2015 media interview.

Sushant doing this if he didn't get work in films: According to media reports, he had said, "When I left TV, people told me that you were completing a filmmaking course. But what are you going to do if you don't get a movie? Then I said- I'll make my movie. I had decided that if that happened I would start my canteen in Film City, buy a camera and make my short movie about the canteen. I'll work on that too. I will be as excited to make this film as I am now.'' Sushant had further said that he wanted to insulate the essence of Movie City. Continuing, he said, "This is not Plan B. I just want to spend time in Film City because I love Movie City. This is the only place in Mumbai where everyone is shooting for something or the other. From that place, I have thought of opening a canteen there. I can eat there, I can enjoy movies there, I can shoot my short movie right there, so that's where I should be.''

Sushant Singh Rajput started his film career in 2013. His debut movie was 'Kay Po Chhe'. After which he has also worked in great movies like Detective Byomkesh Bakshi, Raabta, MS Dhoni: The Untold Story, Kedarnath and Chhichhore.

 

 

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