Belonging to a family in Patna, the only son in a family of daughters, Sushant lost his mother when very young.
To play the 1940s’ detective in Kolkata in Detective Byomkesh Bakshy Sushant had to learn to wear the dhoti
since he he had never worn it before in his life. Now Sushant is so comfortable in the national costume that he can wear it even to collect the Oscar if and when it happens.
If not an actor Sushant would have been a cricketer,
the role that he got to play in his large-screen debut film Kai Po Che. Sushant’s elder sister used to be a state-level cricket player.
When Sushant became a movie actor he had three directors’ names on his wish list.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Raj KumarHirani and one more. Sushant won’t mention the third because then all top director whom he won’t mention would get offended
Was offered Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram Leela and Bajirao Mastani which he turned down due to scheduling problems
Loves the television medium where he started and would go back any day anytime to it
because that’s where he met the love of his life AnkitaLokhande.
Ankita is the anchor of Sushant’s life. Not a leaf stirs in the tree of his life without her consent and approval.
She makes all the important decisions in his life including the clothes that he wears.
For his next role in the bio-pic on cricketer Dhoni Sushant has been taking tips from his cricketer sister.
Sushant isn’t in the mood to disagree.
The actor is already working on an idea for the next Byomkesh movie with DibakarBannerjee.
The dhoti and attitude would remain the same.Rest will metamorphose.