The childhood home of Late Sushant Singh Rajput located in Rajivnagar Road number 6, Patna, Bihar, will now be a memorial. To keep the memories of Sushant Singh Rajput alive, his family has decided to turn his house into a memorial and shared An emotional letter in the name of ‘Goodbye Sushant.’
The family has penned a heart-warming note for the first time. by issuing an emotional letter in the name of ‘Goodbye Sushant’ on the 13th day of the actor’s demise. Family members have said that Sushant’s childhood was spent in this house in Rajiv Nagar. Here his telescope, books his favorite, flight simulator and all the memorabilia related to Sushant Singh will be kept for his fans and admirers.
Moreover ‘Sushant Singh Rajput Foundation’ is also being formed to preserve the memories and legacy of Sushant, through which the emerging talents of cinema, science and sports will be supported. “We have taken this decision to preserve the memories of Sushant,” his family said on Saturday.
The note shared by his family
An emotional letter in the name of ‘Goodbye Sushant’
“He was free-spirited, talkative and extremely bright. He was curious about just everything. He dreamed about restraints and chased those dreams with the heart of a lion. He smiled generously. He was the pride and inspiration of the family. His telescope was his most prized possession, through which he fondly gazed at the stars.
We can’t bring ourselves to accept that we wouldn’t get to hear his easy laughs anymore. That we wouldn’t see his sparkling eyes again. That we wouldn’t hear his endless rants about science again. His loss has created a permanent glaring void in the family that will never be filled. He truly loved and cherished every single one of his fans.”
“To honour his memory and legacy, the family has decided to set up Sushant Singh Rajput Foundation (SSRF) to support young talents in areas close to his heart – cinema, science and sports. His childhood home in Rajiv Nagar, Patna will be turned into a memorial.
We will put his personal memorabilia and belongings there, that include thousands of books, telescope, flight simulator etc, for his fans and admirers. From now on, we intent to maintain his Instagram, Twitter and Facebook page as legacy account to keep his memories alive. We once again thank you all for the thoughts and prayers.”
The family of Sushant Singh Rajput will also run his social media account like a legacy account.
Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav has written a letter to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and requested that the Rajgir film city under construction in Rajgir, Nalanda district be named after Sushant Singh Rajput. Tejashwi has said in the letter that this will be good news for his fans.