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Late Bollywood actor Sushant Singh will always be remembered as one of the many talented stars who carved his way in the film business despite being an outsider. After his untimely demise in 2020, Sushant left a lot of possessions behind that was included in his net worth of around Rs 59 Crores. Here are a few of his cherished possessions that perfectly show his love of machines and space: 1. Land On The Moon © iStock In a spectacular achievement, Sushant actually ended up buying land for himself on the moon. The actor was very enthusiastic about space and astronomy, which led to him buying land on it. According to reports, SSR purchased the land from the International Lunar Lands Registry back in 2018. The land was bought on the blind side of the moon from earth and made him the first person in Bollywood to do that. 2. Maserati Quattroporte (Rs. 1.5 Crores) © Instagram/SSR Sushant was very fond of cars and reportedly added a Maserati Quattroporte car to his garage. Purchased at a price of Rs. 1.5 Crores back in 2017, the car can go from 0-100 in seconds. Sushant had shared a photo of the car on social media, after which he wrote, “I’ve been playing with the miniature model of this car since I was a kid. It was about time to own the beast”. 3. A BMW Bike (Rs. 22 Lakh) © BMW Sushant added a swanky bike to his overall possessions as well, with the bike being none other than the BMW K1300R. The bike, priced around Rs 22 Lakhs is reported to be powered by a water-cooled 4-stroke in-line four-cylinder, 4-valve-per cylinder, 1293cc engine that can produce power of 173bhp at 9,250rpm and 140Nm of peak torque at 8,250rpm. In layman terms, this means that the bike can go superfast, superquick. 4. Land Rover Range Rover Evoque (Rs. 60 Lakhs) © Land Rover Sushant bought the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque car for around Rs. 60 lakhs, with the car having the same registration number as his Maserati, '4747'. 5 . Modern Telescope (Rs. 50 Lakhs) View this post on Instagram We already know how crazy Sushant was about space exploration, which is why he actually ended up buying a Meade 16 LX600 telescope that cost him around Rs. 50 lakhs. View the full article