DIL BECHARA MOVIE CAST
- Sushant Singh Rajput as Immanuel Rajkumar junior, also known as Manny
- Sanjana Sanghi as Kizie Basu
- Sahil Vaid as JP
- Saswata Chatterjee as Kizie’s father
- Swastika Mukherjee as Kizie’s mother
- Subbalakshmi as Manny’s grandmother
- Sunit Tandon as Dr. Jha
- Michael Muttu as Manny’s father
- Rajie Vijay Sarathe as Manny’s mother
- Franaita Jijina as Foizey
- Suresh Arora as P. Singh
- Baharul islam as Father Anthony
- Anandita Sarkar as Mrs.Dcosta
- Saif Ali Khan as Abhimanyu Veer (cameo appearance)
DIL BECHARA MOVIE RELEASE DATE
The movie release date postponed many times. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh announced on 15 November 2019 that the film would be released on 8 May 2020. However, it was again postponed as the cinemas were closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in India as of 17 March 2020. Following Rajput’s death by suicide in June 2020, Fox Star Studios announced that the film would be streamed for free, irrespective of subscriptions, on Disney+ Hotstar from 24 July 2020.
The trailer of the movie has struck an emotional chord with the film being released a month after his death. The official trailer of Dil Bechara is released on 6 July Monday, has already crossed 5 million likes on Youtube in less than 24 hours of release. It became the most-watched trailer in the world and broke the record of Avengers: Endgame.
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT DIL BECHARA MOVIE
- Directed by Mukesh Chhabra
- Screenplay by Shashank Khaitan, Suprotim Sengupta
- Based on The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
- Starring Sushant Singh Rajput, Sanjana Sanghi
- Music by A.R. Rahman
- Production Company Fox Star Studious
- Distributed by Disney +Hotstar
- Release day 24 July 2020
- MOVIE IMDb
- IMDb rating of Dil Bechara is 9.8 by 10
STORY OF DIL BECHARA MOVIE
Dil Bechara is a romantic love story involving two cancer patients. The story begins with Sushant Singh Rajput and Sanjana Sanghi. The story of this movie is based on the novel ‘The fault in our stars’ which is written by John Green. In this movie, Saif Ali Khan is also played a role. Here Sushant played the role of Manny and Sanjana played the role of Kizie. The word “Kizie” and “Manny” are in roman letters.
Dil Bechara is a romantic drama movie directed by Mukesh Chhabra.
‘Dil Bechara’ sets itself in Jamshedpur and introduces us to the Basu family. Kizie Basu (Sanjana Sanghi) suffers from thyroid cancer, which has now affected her lungs, requiring her to be on oxygen support almost all the time. With rock-solid support from her parents, Kizie takes life as it comes, even taking the bleak, daily multiple hospital visits in her stride. But what she craves for, is a normal life like any girl her age – with regular problems like boyfriends, crushes et al. Instead what she ends up doing is attend funerals of people she doesn’t know, to feel a connection of the inevitable that lies ahead of her. She meets Immanuel Rajkumar Junior or Manny (Sushant Singh Rajput) in college at first and later at a cancer support group. And given her quiet, introvert nature, at first, she is wary of his high energy, exuberance, and cockiness. Manny has his own story – he has survived osteosarcoma and his cancer is currently in remission.
The two strikes up a beautiful bond as a smitten Manny manages to wriggle his way into her heart, despite Kizie trying hard to avert a heartbreak for him, eventually. Their cutesy chemistry grows on you as they zip through the lanes of Jamshedpur in his scooter. And also as they shoot a Bhojpuri film together for Manny’s close friend, Jagdish Pandey (Sahil Vaid), whose dream is to direct a film before losing his eyesight to cancer. When Manny decides to go all out to fulfill Kizzie’s long-standing wish of meeting her favorite musician, Abhimanyu Vaid (Saif Ali Khan), she realizes she has fallen for him, too. But little does she know that a tragic twist in the tale awaits her.
Given its poignant premise, ‘Dil Bechara’ makes for a very emotional watch. Even as the story’s underlying message, of celebrating life despite knowing the inevitable, injects it with infectious energy. Especially in the form of Manny’s character who wants to grab every moment of the day.
Sushant Singh Rajput, navigating the depth of his character, shines with a stellar performance that is sensitive, intense, lively, and vulnerable. It is with a heavy heart that one watches him effortlessly get under the skin of his character and exude a natural charm. With this, the fine actor adds to his legacy of commendable work in a short period. And watch out for his brilliant moves in the one-shot title track, choreographed by Farah Khan.
Sanjana Sanghi who makes her debut in a leading role gives an assured, confident performance. The supporting cast, especially Swastika Mukherjee and Saswata Chatterjee as Kizie’s parents are superb and Saif Ali Khan in a cameo is noteworthy. The soundtrack (composed by A.R. Rahman and lyrics by Amitabh Bhattacharya) is peppered with some fantastic, foot-tapping music – particularly Khulke Jeene Ka, Taare Ginn, and the title track, Dil Bechara. The chemistry between the lead pair is refreshing to watch, especially in the beautifully shot (cinematography by Satyajit Pande) sequences in Paris.
Director Mukesh Chhabra and writers Suprotim Sengupta and Shashank Khaitan ensure the narrative flows, taking you through some tender, touching moments between Kizie and Manny and Kizie and her parents. And be prepared for some scenes that will bring you to tears.
Even though the film’s spirit and breezy pace triumphs, the melancholy that augurs it, will leave you in a puddle of emotions and with a heavy lump in your throat as the end credits roll. ‘Dil Bechara’ will always be remembered as Sushant Singh Rajput’s swan song. Watch this movie simply to witness Sushant Singh Rajput’s last act. A brilliant one at that.
The running time of the DIL BECHARA movie is 101 minutes. Must watch this video on Hotstar…
reviewed by:- Shivangi yadav