Today marks two years since India experienced the grim and untimely demise of one of the most versatile actors of Bollywood, Sushant Singh Rajput. A popular face on Indian television courtesy of the hit soap opera Pavitra Rishta, Sushant made his feature film debut in 2013 which then skyrocketed him into stardom. Sushant’s successful career came to a highly unexpected and sudden end in 2020 when the actor was found hanging at his residence in Bandra, Mumbai on 14 June 2020 at the tender age of just 34. The late actor’s fans have flooded social media to pay tribute to the beloved star on the second anniversary of his death. His repertoire is filled with great films, and here are some that we will always remember the young actor by:


This 2013 buddy sports drama film was based on a novel by Chetan Bhagat called The Three Mistakes Of My Life. This remarkable movie marked the silver screen debut of Sushant Singh Rajput and won him the Filmfare Best Male Debut Award, establishing a successful transition from television to film. 

where to watch: Netflix


This film sealed Sushant's place as a younger generation actor. He did a fantastic job as the commitment-phobic Raghu in this film about exploring the idea of love without social constructs. The film deals with millennials’ relationship dilemmas, commitment phobia, live-in relationships and runaway grooms and brides. With it, Rajput created a permanent spot for himself as a ‘favourite actor’ for many throughout the country.

where to watch: Amazon Prime Video 


Rajput was cast in the titular role in this remake of the classic indie detective story. The film was definitely one to remember as it truly shone with Sushant's versatility and acing range resulting in him taking on the mantle of the country’s most loved detective.

where to watch:  Amazon Prime Video


Sushant Singh Rajput as M.S. Dhoni in this biopic was one of the finest performances by the actor. This movie is often referred to as one of the best biopics ever created. He imbibed the essence and evolution of a small-town boy from Ranchi living the larger-than-life role of the Indian cricket team captain. The film was loved by one and all, whether they were a fan of cricket and Dhoni or not. And the credit for that mostly goes to Sushant for his realistic portrayal of the character by embodying him.

where to watch: Disney+Hotstar


Cast as a dacoit (baaghi) wandering the Chambal Valley in the 1970s, this film showed Rajput in a different mark by his portrayal of a hardened yet considerate criminal. After playing romantic roles, Sonchiriya was a fresh new look for Sushant and his performance was lauded by fans, audience, and critics alike. 

where to watch: Zee5


This film is one of the most entertaining films that people of all age groups can watch. It also turns out to be one of Sushant's best films in which he plays the role of a father to a son who attempts suicide when he doesn’t get into IIT. In a bid to help him recover in the hospital, Rajput’s character reminisces about his own college life. A story about college friends and the drama in their lives, this breezy movie was Sushant Singh Rajput’s last theatre release before his passing away.

where to watch: Disney+Hotstar


This 2020 film received overwhelming responses from across the country as this was Sushant's last film ever to come out. It revolves around a tragic love story based on the popular book The Fault In Our Stars by John Green where the protagonists (played by Sushant and Sanjana Sanghi) are college students with cancer who go on a journey of love, hope, and endless memories. His lively and impactful performance left the fans emotional. 

where to watch: Disney+Hotstar