Sushant Singh Rajput Career

While he was still a student at Delhi College of Engineering, now known as Delhi Technological University, Sushant enrolled in Shiamak Davar's dance classes. It was only later that the idea of making a career in acting came to him as some of his fellow students in the dance classes happened to be interested in acting, and were attending Barry John's drama classes.

Thus, influenced by them, Sushant also joined the acting classes. Here, he found his passion for acting, as he once said: "I found the experience liberating. I realised that I could communicate with the audience. I knew I wanted to do this forever.

"Within a few months of joining the dance class, Sushant was selected to be a member of Davar's standard dance troupe. In 2005, he was chosen to be one of the group of background dancers at the 51st Filmfare Awards. In 2006, he was part of the troupe that went to Australia to perform in the cultural program at the opening ceremony of the 2006 Commonwealth Games. By this time, he was sick and tired of engineering, where he was failing papers and had no real interest in the subject.

He was very happy and successful in the dance and drama classes and felt unhappy and "claustrophobic" in the engineering classroom. He therefore decided to do only what he was good at doing. He dropped out of engineering and devoted himself full-time to dancing and acting. To make a break into films, Sushant moved to Mumbai, joined Nadira Babbar's Ekjute theatre group and remained a part of it for two and a half years. During this time, he was featured in the TV advertisement of Nestle Munch, which became famous throughout India.



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