Sushant Singh Rajput‘s unfortunate death by suicide has left all his near and dear ones and his millions of fans heartbroken. Many of his friends and co-stars were shocked for the first few days and are slowly coming to terms with it. Kriti Sanon took to her social media to remember Sushant and also lashed out at journalists who weren’t respecting their privacy and feelings. Shraddha Kapoor, his co-star from Chhichhore, penned a note for the late actor where she spoke about how he was ‘one of the rare ones’.

Today, actress Bhumi took to her social media to pen a lovely note for him, calling him a ‘Neutron Star’. She wrote about how, during the shoot of their film Sonchiriya, he said he would show her the stars and actually did — through his ‘best friend’, his telescope. She recalls the times he would challenge her to write with her left hand, to races and quizzes and how it drove her nuts trying to keep pace with him. She looks back at all the theories, debates, music and art that he introduced her to, and turned into a teacher. She ends by saying she will spot him again through the telescope and easily find him, because he will be the brightest star out there.

Check out her post:

Sending you all the love and strength, Bhumi.

Bhumi worked with Sushant in Abhishek Chaubey‘s, Sonchiriya which was about a group of dacoits set in Chambal.