Apart from being a successful actor, Sushant Singh Rajput excelled in school and had a strong desire to study new things. Sushant was seen complaining about India’s education system in an old video that is currently going viral. Today, the late actor’s sister Sweta Singh Kirti took to her official Instagram handle and posted an interview video of the actor with the caption, ‘The guy with great intelligence! Hope, we all can get at least half of him and his vision. Love is Sushant, Sushant is love. Please don’t use his name to divide. Stay united! (With heart emojis) #Sushant4education
In that interview with the sources we can see, Sushant talked about the future of education and said, how it should prioritise the development of children’s emotional quotient. If they ever have a job, 65 percent of kids going to kindergarten this year will be working with technology that has yet to be conceived. As a result, when this occurs, schools will be unsure of what to teach. So we’ve gotten to the point where we don’t even know what to teach. So it doesn’t matter how well we study or where we rank amongst each other. I am bringing attention to a worldwide issue. We need to create a new educational framework that emphasises the emotional quotient and teaches children how to deal with unpredictable situations, because the future will be full of them. The rate of change is growing; previously, it had been stable. As a result, we all have no idea what will occur. Emotional stability is necessary for that.
Sushant Singh Rajput’s acting career shifted from television to film. He made his feature debut in 2013 with Kai Po Che, following a successful stint on the TV series Pavitra Rishta. He then went on to star in films such as MS Dhoni: The Untold Story, Detective Byomkesh Bakshi, Sonchiriya, and Shudh Desi Romance, among others. A month after his death, his final film, Dil Bechara, was delivered.