While Sushant Singh Rajput’s previous ability supervisor, Jaya Shah and director Shruti Modi are today being cross examined by the NCB, yesterday his brother by marriage Vishal Kirti took to web-based media to share a brief look at SSR’s scholarly side by sharing the screengrabs of their old WhatsApp talks where they discussed books and writers.
Sharing the connection to his blog, Vishal wrote in the tweet, “While we await new developments today, I am sharing some beautiful memories of an intellectual chat session with @itsSSR. It’s a reminder that while the most enjoyable form of human communication is in-person, digital communication is great for reflection.”
While we anticipate new advancements today, I am sharing some wonderful recollections of a scholarly visit meeting with… https://t.co/PCe5aMq74G
— vishal kirti (@vikirti) 1600569131000
In the interim, Vishal’s blog read, “It is evident from Sushant’s well-documented life and interviews that he was a bibliophile and a “real” scholarly. I have composed this before in one of my posts that both face to face and via telephone, Sushant and I have discussed different books, from some incredible works of art to the more contemporary genuine. I am an unquenchable peruser also and I read practically ONLY true to life. Generally, Sushant was additionally vigorously put resources into the universe of genuine.”
“Although the WhatsApp conversations I am sharing below are private and 1:1, I am willing to share them because they don’t share any personal information. It’s something he could have very well spoken about in the public domain. These conversations are around from the same time (April 2018) when Sushant had penned down some notes, which have somehow been obtained by media from his Pawna farmhouse. I have terminated the screenshots when we started talking about life outside of books. We will leave the rest of the story for some other time. Sushant and Shweta also talked about books but I could not help but notice that their common interest topics were very different from Sushant and mine. That was Sushant’s beauty- he was interested in everything, while I on the other hand, don’t venture into certain non-fiction territories and stick to my preferred genres. The common topics of interest for these lovely siblings is also a post for some other day. Meanwhile, I welcome you to enjoy some intellectual banter in Sushant’s memory below and you will realize that Sushant was very interested in interdisciplinary studies.”