Dil Bechara Movie Review

Dil Bechara Movie Review


Movie : Dil Bechara
Director: Mukesh Chhabra
Production Company: Fox Star Studios
Music Director: A. R. Rahman
Cast: Late Sushant Singh Rajput as Immanuel Rajkumar Junior Also
Known As Manny
Sanjana Sanghi as Kizie Basu
Saswata Chatterjee as Mr. Basu (Kizie’s Father)
Swastika Mukherjee as Mrs. Basu (Kizie’s Mother)
Sahil Vaid as J.P (Manny’s Best Friend)
Saif Ali Khan as Abhimanyu Veer (Musician)

Dil Bechara Movie Trailer:



Dil Bechara Movie Story & Performances: 


Dil Bechara movie is Sushant Singh Rajput’s
last movie released on 24th July at 7.30 P.M on Disney+Hotstar. The story
of the movie revolves around two cancer patients Kizie and Manny. Kizie
has thyroid cancer on the other hand Manny had osteosarcoma. 

It is the adaptation of John Green’s “The Fault In Our Stars”. Dil Bechara
movie is completely an emotional journey of Kizie & Manny filled with
so much energy, joyful moments that gives you Goosebumps.

The moment Sushant appears on his first scene it was joy, energy, happiness
all around that Kizie forgot all her pains and kept watching him. The more she
watches and meets him she becomes unable to stop herself from falling for that
fun-loving, carefree guy. 

He will make you so much emotionally connected with his character Manny.
He was high on energy, full of life who loves to enjoy life keeping aside all of
his worries. His on-screen chemistry with Kizie has been fantastic and one of
the main reasons that people loved the movie so much.

Sanjana Sanghi, got the opportunity to work in a sole female lead character, and
her Kizie Basu's character didn’t disappoint us. Being thoroughly fond of a boring
life, she became quite surprised to see an energetic, loving, joyous, cute, and full
of life type of guy Manny. 

Slowly, her world change, which makes her more curious and interested to see
and meet Manny. From there the story starts moving towards an interesting and
unexpected climax.

Saif Ali Khan as Abhimanyu Veer had a very short time to impress but he was
priceless in In that one scene also made it count. Such a good screen presence
he has, his character was of a musician whose last song was incomplete.

Saswata Chatterjee and Swastika Mukherjee as Mr. & Mrs. Basu (Kizie’s
Father & Mother) has also played their part well. Their occasional Bengali
speaking, also Swastika telling Kizie to eat Sandesh has made the things
look so real due to belonging from a Bengali family. 

Swastika’s character is a little bit cautious, loving, and a caring mother,
while Saswata Chatterjee has played the role of a sweet father. Whether
it is about making his daughter understood and sort out thing between
Kizie & Manny or it’s about making her wife convinced to permit their
daughter for the risky trip, he was there as a very good supporter.

Sahil Vaid as J.P was also equally supportive in contributing his part on
a high note. His emotional quote on Manny’s pre-funeral was such a
heart-touching. The strong bonding between them was another
eye-catching part of this movie.

Talking about director Mukesh Chhabra it was a great experience
for him to taste such success on his debut movie as Director.
The music of Dil Bechara movie was scored by the Oscar-winning
Music Director A.R Rahman and has tried to make all tracks hit.
The songs are being loved by audiences and also trending on a few 
music apps.

It is a tribute of our love for Sushant and we are hopeful that he is
watching all of us wherever he is now. The movie got an IMDb rating
of 9.9 out of 10, which is quite phenomenal. The fans are showering
their praise and love for Dil Bechara movie as well as on Sushant
Singh Rajput.

Dil Bechara movie is available on Disney+Hotstar for everyone
irrespective of subscription. It is really worth watching. So, if are
getting bored at home during this lockdown then you can watch
this masterpiece.
 
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