Sushant Singh Rajput is fast emerging as one of the most inspirational actors in B-town. After his social media accounts underwent a revamp a few months ago, it seems that the actor too, has become a changed man. His posts on social media now fill his fans with awe and wonder as he shares the most amazing and unique things. Now, ahead of the release of his film Kedarnath co-starring Sara Ali Khan, he has done something special yet again.
In a video shared by the actor on his Instagram, it is revealed that he held a special screening of the film for children from orphanages and the elderly from old age homes as well as the disabled. Other than giving them a free preview of the Abhishek Kapoor directorial, gifts were also distributed to the people on the actor's behalf. The video was originally shared by actor Siddharth Gupta, who was personally present at the cinema hall and oversaw that everything runs smoothly.
Sharing the video, Siddharth also revealed that it was Sushant's idea and it was perfected by him as well. He added that he feels lucky that he could be a part of something so beautiful. The actor also disclosed the fact that he caught the film along with the children and the elderly. Talking about the movie, Siddharth added that it was all heart and must be experienced by all. He concluded his heartfelt note by saying that SSR's character of Mansoor has stuck by him. The film is all set to release on December 7.