Sushant Singh Rajput's sister Shweta Singh Kirti requests fans to celebrate the life of Dil Bechara actor on his 35th birth anniversary

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In 7 days from now, Sushant Singh Rajput would have celebrated his 35th birthday. Yes, the Shuddh Desi Romance actor's birthday falls on 21st January and it's going to be very difficult for all his fans. However, Sushant Singh Rajput's sister, Shweta Singh Kirti has urged all of his fans to celebrate his life and spread love on his upcoming birth anniversary. Taking to her Twitter handle, Shweta first asked for suggestions on celebrating Sushant's birthday. She later asked to help people and suggested that they could organize a meditation session. Sushant Singh Rajput loved meditation and was a devotee of Lord Shiva. "How should we celebrate Bhai's birthday, it is on 21st Jan... Any Suggestions... #SushantBirthdayCelebration," she wrote late on Wednesday.

How should we celebrate Bhai's birthday, it is on 21st Jan... Any Suggestions... #SushantBirthdayCelebration

Shweta Singh Kirti (@shwetasinghkirt) January 13, 2021

"How about selflessly helping 3 people on Sushant's Birthday and Praying for his Soul. We can even have 15 mins Global Meditation Session organized on his Birthday," she said. She continued: "And I would love to see more people performing on his songs and posting it on social media. Let's celebrate his life and help spread love and joy. #SushantBirthdayCelebration."

And I would love to see more people performing on his songs and posting it on social media. Let's celebrate his life and help spread love and joy. ? #SushantBirthdayCelebration

Shweta Singh Kirti (@shwetasinghkirt) January 13, 2021

Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead on June 14 in his Mumbai flat last year. On Wednesday, the late Dil Bechara actor's California-based sister had shared a note written by Sushant, where he admitted he got the game wrong after spending 30 years of his life. "Written by Bhai...the thought so profound #ForeverSushant," she wrote while sharing the note.

Sushant's note read: "I think I spent 30 years of my life, the first 30, trying to become something. I wanted to become good at things, I wanted to become good at tennis and school & grades. And everything I viewed in that perspective, I am not okay the way I am but if I got good at things.... I realised I had the game wrong, because the GAME was always to find out what I already was!"

Written by Bhai...the thought so profound #ForeverSushant pic.twitter.com/QcDYbAfQTm

Shweta Singh Kirti (@shwetasinghkirt) January 12, 2021

 

(With inputs from IANS)

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