Sushant Singh Rajput Gets ‘1st Ever Cinema Tribute’ In New Zealand
Sushant Singh Rajput received a ‘1st ever cinema tribute’ in New Zealand as audiences stood up for him. His sister Shweta, Ankita Lokhande reacted with delight.
The Sushant Singh Rajput case has been mired in controversies and twists, but for fans all that mattered had been ‘justice’ over his untimely death. Apart from initiating several movements, like pressuring for Central Bureau of Investigation probe into the matter and writting to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, they have paid tributes to the late actor in various ways. One of those gestures had been a tribute in a cinema hall, an element that played a role in his success and popularity.
Tribute to Sushant in New Zealand
In August, New Zealand had been one of the first to open its theatres amid the COVID-19 pandemic and Sushant Singh Rajput’s last film Dil Bechara had released. A Hindi radio platform had then decided to honour the Chhichhore star by standing in silence for 60 seconds before the film began. They had given the ‘World’s first cinema tribute’ at a theatre in Auckland.