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8 Years of Kai Po Che: Twitter celebrates Sushant Singh Rajput’s debut film

Today, marks 8 years of Kai Po Che and netizens decided to celebrate Sushant Singh Rajput's debut film Read more on Platocast.

Sushant Singh Rajput’s debut film Kai Po Che! turns 8 today and the internet is celebrating both, the movie and the actor. Abhishek Kapoor turned director for the movie and also, it started something that culminated into a great friendship. Along with late actor Sushant, it also marked the acting debut for Amit Sadh and Rajkummar Rao. Based on Chetan Bhagat’s novel The 3 Mistakes of My Life and sure became an interesting watch.

On the occasion of 8 years of Kai Po Che, fans have taken to social media. And well, they are not just celebrating the movie, but also the actor. Over the so many months of remembering Sushant, fans have made constant efforts to ensure that he is not forgotten. While they continue to demand justice for the actor, they also celebrate his achievements and milestones.

Kapoor, recently spoke about the movie and SSR to ETimes, he mentioned that he was an absolutely amazing actor. He also mentioned that not having seen his previous work, he just knew that they will do well together. To quote him, he said:

“It was a scene where he teaches the students about knocking the bat and I could gauge from his body language that he had just sunk his teeth into this character.”

Meanwhile, check out some of the tweets on 8 years of Kai Po Che right here:

Well, it was indeed a fine film and there can’t be a better pick to date as far as Sushant Singh Rajput’s film debut is concerned. The actor’s last film, Dil Bechara, which was also a remake of a movie based on a book, continues to win hearts, even today. While fans are celebrating 8 years of Kai Po Che, they also celebrate the actor and everything he has achieved in his journey.

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