Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case is taking a new direction every day. The popular actor was found dead at his Bandra residence in Mumbai over 2 months before, On 14th June. We recently got in touch with Sushant’s one of the Dance instructors back in Delhi when he had just started exploring his journey as a background dancer.
As we all are aware, that, Sushant Singh Rajput started his career through dancing. He was a student of Shiamak Davar classes In Delhi during his college days, where he was selected for Special Potential batch of Shiamak. Atul Mehtani, one of his dance instructors, in an EXCLUSIVE conversation with us said that Sushant was quite dedicated in whatever he did.
“At the beginning, he was like any other student who joined dance classes for fun and over the period of time he started growing as a dancer also because he was quite dedicated in whatever he did. He was always very confident. He was like a proper Delhi boy. When he started getting attention from the instructors, he became even better and was selected for SPB (Special Potential Batch) via auditions and he did about 2 batches of SPB in Delhi, after that he moved to Mumbai to pursue his acting career n also participated in dance classes there for a while.” Atul Mehtani said in an EXCLUSIVE conversation with RealityPost.
Atul further added ,“He used to meet us on and off at some studios struggling and to give auditions for acting. Then in front of me, Shiamak Davar got him connected to some directors from where there was no looking back for him.”
Recalling his last meeting with the ‘Dil Bechara’ actor, Mehtani revealed ,”We recently met him at an award show, probably that was his last stage performance before he left us all. He was a diehard Shahrukh fan so he decided to perform a tribute on Shahrukh..“
On a related note, It’s been 2 months since Sushant Singh Rajput have left us and leaving the whole nation with many questions. Yet his inspiring teachers and His stories have always touched us all. Today the whole nation is praying and looking for answers.