The mysterious death of Sushanth

It was June 14th morning. I was watching breaking news on television, ‘Sushant Singh Rajput committed suicide in his flat. There was no suicide note found ‘.I wondered why the news missed the keyword ‘mystery’ which they usually add for suicides. All suicides are not suicides when a suicide note is missing.

I knew nothing about Sushant Singh Rajput except that I had watched one of his movies M. S Dhoni untold story FDFS and witnessed his amazing talent. I was curious to know why would a talented successful man like him commit suicide?

After a few days, YouTube recommended a video saying that Sushant’s manager Disha suicided from the 13th floor a week before his death. I was not aware of it before Sushanth’s death. Now, I was afraid it could be murder as two suicides happened in a week. What made me more suspicious was, how did they call it a suicide again without a suicide note. There are better ways to commit suicide though I would not recommend any. Somehow I found it unusual. Both their deaths are probably linked. But who am I to make assumptions? Let the police investigate and reveal the cause for the death.

Later on, two more theories were put forth on his death, one being nepotism in Bollywood which I found a defenseless point because nobody can be blamed in particular. I personally don’t think a successful hero would commit suicide for not getting enough chances. Then it was depression, which I thought had an edge over the other. Both the theories had one thing in common; they were pushing the idea that he committed suicide. Back to square one.

Finally I decided to put an end on YouTube recommendations. I went on an endless search of his videos and interviews to know more about him and to make it clear if he was depressed. To my surprise, he was smiling in all his interviews and enjoying all of it. He was not depressed at all. But what if he was depressed later, at the point of his death?
I finally found the video what I was looking for. The interviewer asked him what was he afraid of the most, for which he replied the ‘fear of death.’
I was impressed with his speech on another interview as he said, he wanted to try a different film without being afraid of massive failure. And he added saying, massive failure is needed in life. When most of us are afraid of failure, this brave man was not even afraid of massive failure. He could never be depressed.

In this game of chess, the king was not protected. But Remember, the king never surrenders on his own.

He was murdered. His life was taken away from him when he had so many dreams to fulfill.
Many had been sold out to keep their mouth shut. I don’t think this case is going to be solved any time soon or be solved at all. It is not the first time justice is being denied. But it’s time to realize, humanity has taken a back seat after money started ruling the world. All we could do with this fleeting life is, be a small reason that humanity still exists.

Dil bechara review

As most of us know it already, Dil bechara is the remake of hollywood movie ‘fault in our stars’. Fault in our stars is one of the exemplary movies that effortlessly carried lot of emotions. Dil bechara is falling short of it somewhere, nonetheless has its own charm.

Sushanth Singh Rajput as ‘Manny’ gets all the attention with so much ease from the first frame, and delivers an impressive performance throughout.

His killer smile made this film worth watching. And this became a last movie of Sushant, connecting the audience more to the film’s story and leaving them with mixed feelings of love and life.

Sanjana Sanghi as ‘Kizie basu’ is likeable having dreams of a normal girl. A. R Rahman has once again rendered a magical Soulful composition to be remembered for long.

Dil bechara is a movie like a bike ride to a lonely place,an escape from reality that hits hard on reality ‘ life is temporary ‘.

It’s a reminder for us to laugh, cry, love a little more and to start living a little more.

Dil bechara is a movie to be watched and loved. It is a movie to be experienced by everyone on their own.

Dil bechara is available on Disney hotstar for free as a tribute to Sushanth Singh Rajput.

Tomorrow never comes

When we meet for the first time tomorrow,

Would you say the same things you said through phone last night?

Would you feel the same love you had yesterday?

Would you think of how we doze off so many times in the middle of late night conversations?

Would you not mind if I don’t look beautiful?

Or would you just walk away saying you expected something else?

As fear starts to fill my mind,

I silently hope

You would find everything in me what you wished for


Tomorrow never comes.

Renew your heart

We all are flawed by nature. We find fault with others because we had already set frames and rules in which we travel. If anyone can’t abide by these rules, we keep them far apart. When we can accept our own faults including the embrassimg mistakes, we are not ready to forgive the minute mistakes of others.

Unforgiving attitude of ours has always been a part of life. We can overcome it only by understanding the significance of forgiveness.
Why should you forgive? Because you never know you might also commit the same mistake one day and ask for repentance. Everybody has their own reason for committing mistakes. Though committing a mistake is never a right thing, the thought behind the act varies from one person to another. Forgiveness is a way of heart expressing goodness. By forgiving others, the heart is renewed.

Renew your heart. Know your faults and let the goal be always to be a better person, to love without limitations, to help someone in need, and to spread smiles.
Renewing our heart should be a constant process. If we forget to do it, one day we might hate our own self. That day has its own fate. Let’s love ourselves and others by the simple act of renewing our hearts often.

The Rhythmic heart

Loving you,

Has been no good to me

The Troubling memories keep troubling;

The tears never seem to stop

My heart had become numb

It Lost it’s ability to love deeply

The heart has been locked from inside

There is no key to open it

A hammer can try its part

But can’t say for sure

There is no one who can

Make me believe in love,

And show me how to fall in love again!

I am waiting for the day,

I will fall in love unknowingly

The day I will not regret falling in love

The day I will want to love more and more

The day my heart will get back to its rhythm

The day that never exists

But I keep waiting.