TV actor Sushant Singh Rajput making it big in Bollywood

glamsham.com editorial
20 November 2012
TV actor Sushant Singh Rajput making it big in Bollywood

By Rachana Sheth, Glamsham Editorial

It's raining plum projects for Television actor Sushant Singh Rajput, who shot to fame by playing the character of Manav in Zee TV's popular show 'Pavitra Rishta'.

Sushant Singh Rajput has just completed a feature film KAI PO CHE, which is directed by Abhishek Kapoor (of ROCK ON fame). Now, as per the latest trade reports, the actor has been signed on for Rajkumar Hirani's much talked about Aamir Khan-Anushka Sharma starrer PEEKAY. A couple of other actors (from Ranbir Kapoor to Ranveer Singh) were being considered, however it was Sushant who made it to the film.

And if this was not enough, now the talented actor has bagged Maneesh Sharma's next under YRF banner. Furthermore, Sushant will be paired opposite the current heartthrob of nation, the ISHAQZAADE girl, Parineeti Chopra in this film.

Initially, Shahid was roped in to play the lead in Maneesh Sharma's next. However, he had to opt out of the project because of his prior commitments.

For now it seems stars are quite bright for Sushant Singh Rajput and with the way he's signing film after film there's no stopping for him.

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