Dil Bechara Not A Review: Goodbye Sushant, Bollywood Failed You And Its Not *Seri*

Dil Bechara Not A Review: Goodbye Sushant, Bollywood Failed You And Its Not *Seri*

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ByAnuradha on 27 Jul 2020 Digital Editor

Since Sushant Singh Rajput's died, people were eagerly waiting for his last film Dil Bechara. The movie, also featuring Sanjana Sanghi has released on Hotstar. Firstly, it is a tough movie to watch. You watch Sushant doing what he did the best. Every time he smiles, our hearts breaks that we are never going to see him again. The movie is the Hindi adaptation of The Fault In Our Star. In the movie, both Kizie and Manny are suffering from cancer.

The movie belongs to Sushant. He smiles, laughs, crack jokes and lights up the screen making us feel the pain that he hit behind his smile. Sanjana is also amazing. She does justice to her character. The story is little faulty but as you look at Sushant, you don't care about anything. Saif Ali Khan has a cameo in which he tells a horrifying truth.

Sushant dances like Rajinikanth, saves his heroine, romances in Paris and as the movie ends, his dialogue, 'mere sapne bade hain' stuck you.

Sorry, Sushant, this industry failed you. We won't be able to see him spelling magic on the silver screen again and it's not 'seri'.

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It has become the highest-rated Indian film on IMDb. Dil Bechara has indeed broken records and hearts too.

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