Sushant Singh Rajput was a young, bright Superstar in the Indian Film Industry. He was a genius and a maverick and superiorly talented. He was the man with the Midas touch. As a student, he was the winner of the National Olympiad in Physics. An astrophysics enthusiast he was one of the toppers in the engineering entrance exams and went on to study engineering till he got bored of it and dropped off two semesters before earning his degree.
Out of his passion, he became a professional dancer, reaching the top of the profession in a short time. He went on to become one of the most well-known and highest-paid actors on Indian Television before stepping into films. Here too, in a short span of six years, he made a mark with his supreme talent and scaled the arduous heights to become one of the most sought-after stars.
In June 2020, tragedy well, and Sushant’s life was cut short at the promisingly young age of 34.
Sushant Singh Rajput, the iconoclastic, the brilliant, the outstandingly special person led a parallel life away from the arc lights. He started a foundation to educate children and to send them to NASA. In fact, he was able to send two meritorious students to the prestigious Agency.
Rajput turned into an entrepreneur in order to work in the fields of Intellectual Property and Emerging Technologies. He was also the Brand Ambassador of the Women Entrepreneurship Platform under the aegis of the Indian Government.
A habitual stargazer, Sushant was most proud of his prized possession – a high-end Meade LX-600 16″ telescope. Deeply interested in multiple disciplines, including Cognitive Science and Behavioural Economics, Sushant Singh Rajput was an avid reader and boast to have in his book collection the treasured six-volume theoretical physics series.
The amazing human being, the extremely charitable person, the non-conforming, the individualistic, and the superlatively intelligent actor lived his short life on his own terms. He is well-known for creating his absolutely luminescent and fantastic vision boards and writing down his famous 50 Dreams.
Having trained at NASA, one of the dreams was his aspiration to be chosen for the 2024 Artemis program.
Before the world lost this wonderful man forever, he had already lived 12 out of his amazing 50 Dreams.
The High Priestess of Hedonism paid a tribute to this one-of-a-kind and an unbelievably wondrous young man by talking about his 50 Dreams.
The 50 Dreams conversation, as a reaffirmation of the genius actor’s brilliance and as life lessons for the Millennial, took place along with a young, hugely talented writer, singer, and painter Maanas Lal, who interspersed the enlightening chat with songs from Sushant Singh Rajput’s films.
Listen to the 50 Dreams and get inspired to infuse your life with magic and meaningfulness!