The Bollywood film industry lost a rare star after the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Sushant Singh Rajput, 34, was hanged in his Mumbai flat on June 14, 2020. According to the Mumbai Police, he was in depression since last November 2019 and was being treated by a doctor. After the actor’s death, his family and fans are in shock. Fans have been eagerly awaiting their last film ‘Dil Bechara’ since their demise.
The film is released on July 24 on OTT platforms Disney + Hotstar. Sushant was quite excited about this film. His fans and family will always regret that he left this world without seeing his last film. Sushant Singh is not the first star whose film is being released after his death. Even before him, there are many stars whose film was released after his death. Today we are going to tell you about such stars. So let’s know about them …
Sridevi, a 90s superstar, died on February 24, 2018 at a Dubai hotel. After the death of Sridevi, her film ‘Zero’ was released in December 2018 the same year. However, he did a cameo role in the film. The movie starred Shahrukh Khan, Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif in the lead role.
Bollywood actor Om Puri said goodbye to this world on 6 January 2017 due to a heart attack. A few months after his death his film ‘Tubelight’ was released on Eid. Salman Khan was in the lead role in this film.
Smita Patil’s last film ‘Galliye Ke Badshah’ was released in 1989, three years after her death.
At the age of just 19, Divya Bharti died after falling under mysterious circumstances from her Mumbai apartment. It is not a matter of everyone to get the position that Divya Bharti achieved at just a young age. 9 months after his death, Divya’s film ‘Chess’ was released which proved to be a super hit at the box office.
Actor Sanjeev Kumar, who was famous as Thakur in the film ‘Sholay’, died on 6 November 1985. His film ‘Professor Ki Padosan’ was released 8 years after his death. This film was the last film of Sanjeev’s career.
Actress Meena Kumari, known in Bollywood as Tragedy Queen, died in 1972. His last film ‘Gomti Ke Kinare’ was released after his death.