We often remember the smallest details of the moments that matter the most to us. And they’re the very same details that come to mind when we look back to where we started. Something of that sort was what happened when Kiara Advani was on The Ranveer Show and talking about her time shooting MS Dhoni: The Untold Story and the experience she had while shooting with her late co-star Sushant Singh Rajput. It was there that she revealed how well she got to know him.
Kiara Advani made an appearance on The Ranveer Show podcast recently and during that time she opened up about how well she had gotten to know the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput during the shooting of MS Dhoni: The Untold Story in Aurangabad.
Kiara Advani said, “We started the shoot in Aurangabad, and we must have packed up at 8 pm. We had a 4 am flight. And we decided, let’s call it an all-nighter. That is when I got to spend time with Sushant, and we got chatting.. It is so interesting because he shared about his journey, how Dhoni happened for him, and generally his life story, from being a backup dancer behind Preity Zinta, how he was an engineer, and he always had those massive books he was always reading.”
After speaking to him that night, Kiara Advani said that Sushant Singh Rajput always had a curious mind. She further went on to say that she had told him that someone should make a biopic on him as he had such an interesting life and journey.
As per reports, Kiara Advani added that during the shooting of MS Dhoni, Sushant Singh Rajput had a booklet wherein he had questions for Dhoni and their answers to it. He had done thorough research about the cricketer’s personal as well as professional life.
Kiara Advani also revealed how Sushant Singh Rajput believed that the human body needed only two hours of sleep and so he used to sleep for only those many hours. However, even after sleeping for such fewer hours, he used to come to work all geared up and energised.
MS Dhoni: The Untold Story was released in 2016 and it was Sushant’s unparalleled performance that had become the talk of the town back then.