Arjun Kapoor has shared a screenshot of his last chat with late Sushant Singh Rajput and paid his heartfelt tribute to the young Bollywood actor, who died by suicide at his Bandra house in Mumbai on Sunday, June 14.

The news about Sushant Singh Rajput's death came as a shock to many Bollywood celebs, who took to social media to share their grief over his untimely demise. Some of them recalled their acquaintances with him. Arjun Kapoor took to his Instagram account to share his last chat with the actor that he had in 2018.

Arjun Kapoor and Sushant Singh Rajput
Arjun Kapoor and Sushant Singh RajputInstagram

As per the chat, Sushant Singh Rajput was likely under depression due to the absence of his late mother during the release of Kedarnath in 2018. Arjun Kapoor is consoling him and congratulating him on the success of the movie. The chat ends with Sushant's reply, "I really look forward to meeting you brother. Let me Know whenever you're easy. Cheers."

Arjun Kapoor also captioned the screenshot with an emotional tribute to Sushant Singh Rajput. He said that he did not had much acquaintance with him and he does know what made him take the extreme step. But he added that he understood the kind of pain he was going through at the moment.

Arjun Kapoor's last chat with Sushant Singh Rajput
Arjun Kapoor's last chat with Sushant Singh RajputInstagram

Here is Arjun Kapoor's tributes to Sushant Singh Rajput:

18 months ago... My last msg to him was when he posted about his mom a week after the release of Kedarnath. He was missing her I assume while the movie was being celebrated.

I didn't know him well enough though our paths crossed at yrf, events & screenings every now & then. I can't say I understood what made him make this choice. I can say I felt the pain he did about losing his bearings & feeling that void of his mother. I hope ur in a better & happier space my friend. I hope u have found ur peace. We will all wonder & try & make sense of what happened today. I just hope & pray that when the circus settles down we as a society in due course realise ur choice wasn't driven by one singular moment or thing but a culmination of so much that defines a human being not just by the profession u were in. Rest my dear brother Sushant you are now I hope at peace.