Birthday Special | Here's why we love Sushant Singh Rajput

It's amazing how in a span of just seven years, actor Sushant Singh Rajput has created a strong impact in the industry! It started from ruling the telly tube and eventually led him to becoming the rising superstar of Bollywood. He was much loved in a daily soap titled Pavitra Rishta in 2009, and his natural portrayal of the garage owner - Manav, won several hearts. His natural act, confidence and sincerity, plus the ever growing fan base and popularity, helped him bag an amazing Bollywood debut in the form of Kai Po Che. Since then, there has been no looking back. From turning detective to a lover boy and captain cool in M.S Dhoni - The Untold Story; Sushant has done it all! Now, all eyes are set on Chanda Mama Door Ke; one of the much awaited films where Rajput will be seen playing an astronaut. What's more, he has been training at NASA too, making not just his fans, but the entire country proud. As the actor turns 32 today, we take a look at moments and reasons, that make SSR one of the most loved young superstars of Bollywood today!

 Dream Dancer
We all know that he was a part of SDIPA (Shiamak Davar's Dance Institute) and performed at several award functions, including Filmfare. But, what really leaves us in awe is his sincerity and dedication towards the art form. He is a constant learner and loves exploring new dance forms. He performs like a dream, and we have been fortunate to see several glimpses of his flawless performances in shows like Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa. Also, remember, Bach ke Bakshy? Though, we wish to see him dance more often on the big screen.

Fitness First!
One look at his lifestyle, and we can't help but get inspired. Despite the work load and hectic schedule, Sushant makes it a point to follow his workout routine religiously. His inspirational fitness videos - #TillIGetItRight - on YouTube are proof. The actor has always been vocal about maintaining a healthy, fit lifestyle and recently, even spoke about how he ushered tons of positivity in his life after kicking the butt (read: he quit smoking and inspired others to do it too).

The Conventional Route? Naaa!!
Not the one who follows the typical, old school route, Sushant has preferred walking on the unconventional path, right from the early stage of his career. He is not someone who is bound by mediocrity. Instead of opting for stereotypical roles or sticking to one genre, he went for unique scripts and experimented with his characters. Be it Raghu - the tourist guide or the charming Sarfaraz, Sushant has always left us impressed with his acting skills.

Sushant balances his professional and personal life very well. He avoids becoming a part of controversies, and instead, prefers to shift all his focus towards work. He is known to have a professional approach towards all his commitments and is always punctual.

Being Human
The actor is known to be very humble and rooted. He has always confessed that no matter where he goes or what he does, he will never forget his middle class roots. Sushant, who comes from a humble family and went through a lot to struggle, does not believe in giving up and dares to dream. In a recent interview, he confessed that he constantly strives to realise his full potential and become a good human being. He has been actively involved in supporting the cause of education for all. His love for literature also saw him kickstart an interesting project - The Book Club, on Twitter. His positive and real approach towards life, and philosophical thoughts (often seen on his official Twitter account) make him a very cool, young inspirational actor!

We wish you a very happy birthday, Sushant! Have an incredible 2018. Keep shining bright.

The Dancebee

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Priya Adivarekar

Priya Adivarekar - Founder and Creative Director at Diary of a Dancebee. She is also a renowned Voice Actress and award winning artiste, with serious passion for dance. When not working round the clock, she can be seen reading, enjoying a movie-binge or listening to music.
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