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Sushant Singh Rajput’s Last Amritsar Visit Photos Make Fans Nostalgic On Guru Nanak Jayanti

Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case continues to be a mystery. While fans continue to demand justice in his case, they became nostalgic when SSR’s photos from his last visit to Golden Temple in Amritsar surfaced online on Guru Nanak Jayanti.

 

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As expected the photographs triggered a massive response from Sushant Singh Rajput fans. A user commented, “I’m waiting for his rebirth.”

Another user @shrutirajputjamwal penned an elaborate note, “God bless this immortal soul. May he be at the happiest place..Our gem and pride of Bollywood..Thanks for contributing to Indian cinema dear Sushant. We your fans will always admire and adore you.You were, are, and will always be the best in our eyes. Whole world stood for you.”

Other SSR fans wrote, “Always in our hearts” and “missing you Sushant.”

Sushant Singh Rajput Visited Amritsar With Kriti Sanon During Shooting of Raabta

Sushant visited Amritsar’s Golden Temple in February 2017 during the shooting of his movie Raabta with director Dinesh Vijan. Earlier reports indicate that the first schedule of Raabta and a song was shot at this location.

The song ‘Sadda move’ is a high-energy song of Sushant and it showcases various prominent places of Amritsar.

In one of his interviews, Sushant Singh Rajput had said, “Dinesh wanted this song to have the vibes of the city and so we decided to shoot it at real locations. Everything had to be very well planned. It was challenging, but a lot of fun.”

Since the Panipat actress was not part of the song, she was not present when SSR and Dinesh Vijan first shot in Amritsar.

However, the Kedarnath actor revisited the holy place once again in May 2017 with Kriti Sanon and toured hot eating spots in the town with his co-star. Kriti and Sushant also visited a Dhaba and enjoyed the typical sugarcane juice that is served during summer.

 

 

 

 

 

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