Chhichhore starring Sushant Singh Rajput and Shraddha Kapoor in the lead is entering its fifth week of theatrical run. According to trade pundits, the movie has collected about 150 Crores at the box office. While all people associated with the project are ecstatic by the success of the film, the leading man of Chhichhore had an interesting perspective on the movie's box office collection. In an interview with a tabloid, he accredited the success of the film to the director Nitesh Tiwari. He believed the vision of the director and the well-told story, has led the movie to its trajectory.
The actor in an interview spilt some beans on his movie selection process. He revealed, from the beginning of his Bollywood career he starred in projects that had an enticing script. The actor last played the role of a dacoit in Abhishek Chaubey's Sonchiriya. The movie also featured Bhumi Pednekar, Manoj Bajpayee, Ranvir Shorey in pivotal roles. Sonchiriya narrated the tale of a dacoit trope hailing from Chambal. Though the movie was a box office debacle, critics appreciated the performances of Sushant and other actors.
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The actor will next feature in Netflix Orginal film Drive. The movie will mark the association between Sushant and Jacqueline for the first time. Drive is the official remake of the Ryan Gosling starrer of the same name. The makers recently released the first song of the movie. The song titled Makhna is sung by Yasser Desai and Asees Kaur. The actor will next be seen on-screen in Dil Bechara. The movie directed by Mukesh Chhabra is the official remake of Hollywood hit movie The Fault in Our Stars. The movie will feature Sanjana Sanghi alongside Rajput.
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