The trailer of Sushant's last movie, 'Dil Bechara' hits the screen
The trailer of last movie of Sushant Singh Rajput, 'Dil Bechara' is finally out and fans can't stop getting emotional over it.
Delhi: The trailer of most awaited movie of the year is finally out and fans can't stop getting emotional. Sushant's last movie, 'Dil Bechara' will be hitting the digital platform, Disney+Hotstar on July 24. The platform has made the movie free as a tribute to late Sushant Singh Rajput. Dil Bechara featuring Sushant Singh Rajput and debutante Sanjana Sanghi is official Hindi adaptation of 'The Fault in Our Stars'. Movie strikes the chord of heart as it shows two cancer patients madly in love with each other irrespective of all odds.
Kizie and Manny (Reel names of Sanjana and Sushant) fall deeply for each other while discussing movies and books. Manny's cancer is in remission stage and therefore, Kizie distances herself from him so that she doesn't hurt him. However, destiny takes a different turn and they move on to the roads of Paris to experience an adventurous journey. Here, they develop an inseparable bond and become closer than before.
Check out Dil Bechara's Trailer
On the day of trailer launch Sanjana Sanghi had butterflies in her stomach and she wrote on her Instagram-
“Nobody told me this is what pre-trailer jitters can feel like!!! Stomach’s RUMBLING and ROARING. I can feel y’all and him are with us. #DilBechara.”
Directed by Mukesh Chhabra, the film offers never ending experience of love and madness amid all odds. Mukesh Chhabra shared his experience while working with Sushant and said-
“I remember long ago Sushant had promised me that whenever I make my first film, he would star in it as the lead and he kept his promise. So when I approached him for Dil Bechara, he immediately said yes, without even reading the script. We always had this strong emotional connection."
Talking about, Sushant's creativity, Chhabra quoted-
“He used to always help me improve the scene. He used to read with me and if at any point he felt that creatively the scene could be improved he used to always let me know. We used to sit together and discuss at length.”