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Bangalore Days: Sushant Singh Rajput dreamt of remaking Dulquer Salmaan, Nivin and Nazriya starrer?

Sushant Singh Rajput had a lot of dreams and was also planning to produce the remake version of one of the popular Malayalam films, Bangalore Days.
Bangalore Days: Sushant Singh Rajput dreamt of remaking Dulquer Salmaan, Nivin and Nazriya starrer?Bangalore Days: Sushant Singh Rajput dreamt of remaking Dulquer Salmaan, Nivin and Nazriya starrer?
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Sushant Singh Rajput, as we all know was one of the finest actors in Bollywood and his unfortunate demise left everyone in shock. He was found hanging in his Bandra home on June 14, 2020. Well, Sushant Singh Rajput had a lot of dreams and was also planning to produce the remake version of one of the popular Malayalam films, Bangalore Days. A couple of years ago, the young and talented actor had expressed a keen interest in producing Dulquer Salmaan, Nivin and Nazriya starrer Bangalore Days. He was also in talks with the producer Vivek Rangachari who owned the rights for the Hindi remake. 

Reportedly, Sushant had watched the film and liked the film’s concept. In fact, he had also decided to play Nivin Pauly’s character (that of an engineer) as it relates to him. The movie also stars Fahadh Faasil, Parvathy, Isha Talwar and Nithya Menon and was directed by Anjali Menon. The much-loved Malayalam film explores a unique bond of three cousins Arjun (Dulquer), Krishnan (Nivin) and Divya (Nazriya). Well, unfortunately, Sushant Singh Rajput couldn't fulfil this dream project. 

Also Read: Pinkvilla Picks: Dulquer Salmaan, Nivin Pauly & Nazriya's Bangalore Days serves as an enduring Sunday watch 

Meanwhile, Sushant Singh Rajput's last film Dil Bechara released recently and it is being loved immensely by the audience and celebrities from the film industry. Thr film released on Friday and it was celebrated as a tribute to the actor.

Also Read: Trisha Krishnan watches Sushant Singh Rajput's Dil Bechara and gets emotional; Calls it a 'fitting tribute' 

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Anonymous 1 week ago

The Bollywood Nepotism mafia and Bollywood Mafia media are responsible for the death of SSR and all his wonderful dreams. May they all rot right here on earth in front of our eyes.

Anonymous 1 week ago

What's the point of this bloody article and saying patronizing harsh stuff like unfortunately he "COULDN'T ACHIEVE" this or that! Ya we bloody know because this industry and 3rd class media like yourselves compelled him to lose his will to live. Can you leave him alone now at least??? Enough! Not once did you guys apologize for hurting him or those rubbish blinds. I haven't seen any change or introspection from you guys. Stop saying he was one of the finest actors when you never failed to promote and hype far more mediocre products on this website. Sick and tired of this facade of yours of PRETENDING like you EVER GAVE A DAMN! Why were hks dreams killed? Why did his PR fail him and why was he sidelined and isolated constantly at events, parties and by Bollywood and media in general? Who was behind those disgusting blinds and that fake MeToo allegations? Has a single journalist bothered to find the answers and honest truth to ANY of these questions. Big fat No. You guys should be ASHAMED for your corruption, behind the scenes politics and bullying, and the toxic environment you have encouraged and helped to create that he felt he had noone and couldn't share his problems with anyone without fearing rebuke and judgment. Examine your own behaviour first before exploiting and destroying another outsider, their dreams and talent. This industry and media harassed and villified Sushant for even daring to dream. His biggest mistake was even entering this industry. Should have join

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