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Sushant Singh Rajput's friend Navya Jindal confesses SSR's fascination with machines made him urge the actor not to quit engineering, says 'Thank god he didn’t listen to me'

Last year on June 14, Bollywood lost a star when the news of actor Sushant Singh Rajput's untimely death turned out to be true. The actor's sudden and tragic demise left all his fans, friends and the entire film fraternity shocked. Now, ahead of his first death anniversary, the late actor's school friend Navya Jindal said it is still difficult for him to come to terms with Sushant Singh Rajput’s death while reminiscing about the old priceless memories. He revealed that Sushant had a keen interest in machines and that's why he even took up mechanical engineering. He said, 'He had this fascination for machines and was full of curiosity to know and understand everything. It was because of his love for machines that he took admission in Mechanical Engineering at Delhi College of Engineering (now DTU). He didn’t just clear AIEEE but got a good rank as well.' Further, while recalling the moment when the late actor told him his decision to quit engineering and opt for acting, Navya confessed that initially, he opposed his decision but later he was happy that Sushant did not listen to him.

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