Sara Ali Khan remembers Sushant Singh Rajput on his death anniversary, recalls seeing the Moon and Jupiter through his telescope

    Sara Ali Khan remembers Sushant Singh Rajput on his death anniversary, recalls seeing the Moon and Jupiter through his telescope

    Sara Ali Khan took to her social media handle to remember her Kedarnath co-star and actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Sharing a lovely picture with him, Sara penned a heartfelt post.

    Sara Ali Khan remembers Sushant Singh Rajput on his death anniversary, recalls seeing the Moon and Jupiter through his telescope

    Sara Ali Khan took to her social media handle to remember her Kedarnath co-star and actor Sushant Singh Rajput . Sharing a lovely picture with him, Sara penned a heartfelt post. For the unversed, Sushant was Sara’s first co-star as she had made her debut with the Abhishek Kapoor directorial film.

    Talking about the same, the picture has Sara Ali Khan and Sushant Singh Rajput sitting all cuddled up next to each other. The picture is presumably from the sets of their movie Kedarnath. Sushant can be seen in his look as ‘Mansoor’ from the movie while Sara can be seen wearing oversized winter attire.

    Captioning the same, Sara Ali Khan wrote, “From facing the camera for the first time to seeing Jupiter and the Moon through your telescope- so many firsts have happened because of you. Thank you for giving me all those moments and memories. Today on Full Moon night when I look up at the sky I know you’ll be up there amongst your favorite stars and constellations, shining bright. Now and forever.” Take a look at the same.

    Fans also showered some love on the post shared by Sara Ali Khan. Last year, on the occasion of his first death anniversary, Sara had shared another BTS picture with Sushant Singh Rajput from the sets of Kedarnath. The two could be seen posing in a pool. The Atrangi Re actress had written, “Whenever I needed help, advice or a laugh you were always there. You introduced me to the world of acting, made me believe that dreams could come true, and gave me all that I have today. Still can’t believe you’re gone. But every time I look at the stars, the rising sun, or the moon I know you’re here. From Kedarnath to Andromeda.” The film chronicled a love story between an upper-class Brahmin girl and a passenger carrier against the backdrop of the Uttarakhand floods.