last year There was a film called Chichhore In which Sushant Singh Rajput played an important role, in this film, he said that suicide is not the solution to any problem but who knew that in real life Sushant himself was so broken that he had to end his life by suicide.
The first Bollywood actor to buy land on the moon
many of Memorable role in movies Sushant, who owned a luxurious penthouse in Vile Parle, Mumbai, was also fond of luxury cars and bikes. He had a Maserati Quattroporte car, Land Rover and BMW K 1300 bike worth about 15 crores, which is worth about 25 lakhs. But do you know that Sushant had also bought land on the moon, if you do not know, then in today’s article we tell you about this.
Sushant Singh was the first Bollywood artist who bought his own land on the moon far away from our world, where the songs of Bollywood movies talk about going to the moon, he surprised everyone by buying land there. Sushant was very much attached to other planets in space and the sky and may have been the reason that he did this deal in 2018, his plot is located in Sea of Muskovi. Sushant bought the plot through the International Lunar Lands Registry.
How did they keep an eye on the moon’s ground
Now you know that Sushant had bought land on the moon, but now you must be wondering how he used to look after his land. Actually to do this, Sushant had taken a very powerful telescope, not a common telescope, named 14LX00, with the help of this he used to sit at his house, looking at his moon land. Sushant also had a dream to send 100 children to the US space agency NASA.
Had got special certificate
Even though Sushant had bought his own land on the moon but if seen from the point of view of law, that land could never belong to Sushant, but in spite of this, he was given a special certificate to buy land there which is proof of this. That Sushant has taken a plot on the moon. He was so attached to the space world that he was playing the role of an astronaut in one of his upcoming films and for this he also took special training from NASA.