25 July 2020 02:44
Sushant Singh Rajput's last film 'Dil Bechara' release today. The film is directed by Mukesh Chhabra and also stars Sanjana Sanghi as the female lead. Catch Sushant Singh Rajput's film 'Dil Bechara' latest updates right here. Sushant Singh Rajput and Sanjana Sanghi starrer Dil Bechara is all set to be streamed on Disney+ Hotstar from 7:30 pm. The film is Sushant's swansong and is directed by Mukesh Chhabra.
Dil Bechara is the Hindi remake of Hollywood film The Fault in our Stars which is adapted from John Green's novel of the same name. Fans of Sushant Singh Rajput and celebrities can't wait to catch Dil Bechara film as it gets streamed. Let's watch the film together and check out all action and beautiful moments from the movie getting updated LIVE right here: "I want to act like Rajini sir" The film takes the saddest but they know to seize every moment and live it fully. Saif Ali Khan is here and he plays the much-talked-about Abhimanyu Veer. After a few setbacks, Kizie, Manny and her mom visit Paris to meet Abhimanyu Veer.
He tries to show his naughtiness to Kizie and we can't take our eyes off him. Manny dances on 'Dil Bechara' title track and wins heart with his confidence despite being ragged by his collegemates. It's Sushant and he is all hearts! Manny wants to be like Rajinikanth, real-life hero. For millions of fans who have been mourning this past month the untimely death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, 'Dil Bechara' would be a difficult watch. Helmed by Mukesh Chhabra, its the Hindi adaptation of John Green's famous book 'The Fault In Our Stars' and premiered on Disney+Hotstar on July 24. A film that emphasizes the importance of living in the moment is too close to reality and leaves a lump in many of the scenes for it resonates with the sudden death of its lead actor. The film is narrated by Kizie Basu(Sanjana Sanghi), a college-going teenager in Jamshedpur who finds comfort in funerals and sadness. Kizie suffers from Cancer, is a loner and has a oxygen tank called Pushpinder for company. When she meets Immanuel Rajkumar Jr or Manny (Rajput), she tries hard to ward off his infectious energy and charm but to vain. In no time, the two find solace, love, happiness in each other as Manny makes Kizie realise the importance of living life to its fullest. With his charm, over-enthusiasm, and overtly positive outlook towards life, Manny is infectious and refuses to back down much like the dreaded disease they both are suffering from, and makes Kizie see life differently. The two have company in Manny's best friend JD who, just like the two, is suffering from Cancer and going blind. His only wish is to shoot a feature film before he completely loses sight and Kizie and Manny help him to complete the film. There is a bizarre cameo by Saif Ali Khan that may have been an important part of the story but unfortunately at the execution level leaves viewers questioning its necessity. The film may appear hurriedly put together, yet one easily overlooks it because of the performances and AR Rahman's soulful music. Rahman's music, in fact, is effectively used through the narrative- that takes the story forward. 'Dil Bechara' has a supremely talented cast. Not just Rajput, but others too perform well. Newcomer Sanjana Sanghi exudes confidence and holds her own in every frame she shares with Rajput. We know that Rajput is a terrific actor but its also equally hard to not notice Sanghi on screen. The young actress shows the right amount of vulnerability and confidence and makes Kizie a strong individual who over the course of the film learns to live it up. Bengali actors Saswata Chatterjee and Swastika Mukherjee plays Kizie's parents and are simply fantastic in their roles. They are protective of their daughter, sometimes helpless at her demand and the most relatable new age parents on screen. Wish they had more screen time though. 'Dil Bechara' though has Sushant Singh Rajput's looming presence throughout. The film begins with a video montage of Rajput playing the guitar and ends with a pictorial tribute to him. He plays the exuberant Manny to perfection. With a twinkle in his eye and that famous smile of his, he makes Manny endearing. His energy is infectious and Manny is easily the most charming character Rajput has played in his career. Its also tragic that Rajput who died by suicide just a month back, plays a character who admits of being scared of dying. There are in fact several scenes especially in the latter part of the film that are hauntingly real. I am not dying, I am not going anywhere?" says Rajput at one point in the film and one can help but look at the irony of the situation. As the end credits roll in Sushant's voiceover looms "We don't get to decide when we're born or when we die. But we do get to decide how we live our lives." Truly, the actor bows out one last time in style. 'Dil Bechara' is heartbreaking and heartwarming in equal parts. It highlights the importance of making each moment in life count and it celebrates Sushant Singh Rajput, the entertainer one last time. You have seen Sushant Singh Rajput's 'Dil Bechara' co-star Sanjana Sanghi in all these films before Bollywood sends best wishes to team 'Dil Bechara' on movie release Rhea Chakraborty on Sushant Singh Rajput's 'Dil Bechara': Will take every ounce of strength in me to watch you Dil Bechara (film streaming on Disney+ Hotstar); Cast: Sushant Singh Rajput, Sanjana Sanghi, Sahil Vaid, Saswata Chatterjee, Swastika Mukherjee; Direction: Mukesh Chhabra; Rating: * * * (three stars) By Vinayak Chakravorty Let us just pretend I am not dying. That line does become more than a filmi dialogue when Sushant Singh Rajput utters it at one point. The line becomes pertinent because it reminds us "Dil Bechara" can perhaps never be regarded or dissected as just another Bollywood film, whatever its cinematic quality or flaws. This is the last time Sushant connects with his fans doing what he did best — acting — and he does so in a film about death. Watching him go, you are reminded once again he was an artiste who could simply, effortlessly turn a mundane scene into something endearing. Mukesh Chhabra's directorial debut plays out like an action replay of the original film it is an official remake of. For the love of laziness, Chhabra and his screenwriters (Shashank Khaitan and Suprotim Sengupta) have actually copied several scenes ditto from "The Fault In Our Stars". For, the triumph of "Dil Bechara" is not just about its lead actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Thumbs up reactions are in order for lead actress Sanjana Sanghi, too, and the three primary supporting actors who prop the show — Swastika Mukherjee and Saswata Chatterjee as the heroine's parents, and Sahil Vaid as the hero's best friend. Despite weak roles, the film is watchable primarily for its actors. Sushant and Sanjana strike up as much chemistry as the tearjerker melodrama lets them. They are Emmanuel Rajkumar Jr (Manny for short) and Kizie Basu — which explains the film's original title "Kizie Aur Manny" — and their love story starts off hinged on the tested formula of 'opposites attract'. The normally withdrawn Kizie is suffering from thyroid cancer and she finds solace visiting graveyards to watch funerals of strangers. Soon enough, though, a rush of comic drama hurtles into the narrative, when Kizie bumps into the effervescent Manny, who is in remission after osteosarcoma left him with a severed leg. Manny's buddy JP is suffering from glaucoma, and their dream is to make a Bhojpuri film inspired by Rajinikanth hits. Manny asks Kizie if she would be the heroine of their film. The narrative tries maintaining the languid, bittersweet mood that defined "The Fault In Our Stars" — the 2014 film as well as John Green's 2012 bestseller novel — as the story of Kizie and Manny gradually moves towards the expected bleak shades. We are introduced to Saif Ali Khan in a cameo that does not do justice to either the actor's talent or the important motif the sequence tries to highlight. It has been a while that Bollywood had a love story with a consummate soundtrack where every song resonates in your mind ("Kabir Singh" last year would perhaps be the last notable example). In a nutshell, "Dil Bechara" looked promising with its advantage of a saleable imported story material, plus good acting and songs, besides the overwhelming memory of Sushant Singh Rajput that makes every frame seem just that much more special. Somewhere, you feel Sushant should have had a superior final bow. (Vinayak Chakravorty can be reached at [email protected])