Recently, Sushant Singh Rajput’s work was recognised as his film Chhichhore bagged a National Award.
Tributes have poured in for the late actor from all over the world.
Indian-Australians showed their love by installing a bench called ‘Sushant Point’ in Melbourne.
This small contribution by the Aussizz Group is to support the innitiative in the memory of SSR legacy and contribution to Indian cinema.
The installation described the star, who passed away at the age of 34 last year, as ‘actor, keen astronomer, environmentalist & humanitarian’ and as a ‘soul that touched millions.’
Aussizz Group’s Dharmendrakumar patel said this was cultural organisation Celebrate India’s initiative.
The group has termed the gesture as a ‘small contribution to preserve nature.’
SSR was well-known to be a nature lover.
In fact, his ‘50 dreams’ list contained a wish to plant more trees.