Dill Bechara Review: “Tum Na Huye Mere Toh Kya, Main Tumhara Hoon”

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By Shubhangi Jain

Dil Bechara will consistently be recognized as Sushant Singh Rajput's last curtain call.  An exceptional, powerful film that makes us extremely emotional yet at the same time leaves us mesmerized by the amazing performance of Sushant Singh Rajput. The movie is inspired from John Green’s book “The Fault Is In Our Stars.” After the death of Sushant it was decided by the makers that the movie will be available on Disney+ Hotstar to both subscribers as well as non-subscribers as it would make more people watch the movie. The official trailer of the film was released on YouTube on 6 July 2020 and turned into the most preferred trailer on the planet inside 24 hours of its release, with 4.8 million preferences. It has since proceeded to turn into the most enjoyed film trailer ever on YouTube with more than 10 million preferences, beating the past record holders Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame which have amassed 3.6 and 3.2 million preferences on their first trailers separately starting at July 26, 2020.

The film is based on the storyline of two people who are battling cancer and are trying to live and enjoy life to the fullest. The film is set in Jamshedpur and introduces us to Kizie Basu (Sanjana Sanghi) and Immanual Rajkumar Rao aka Manny (Sushant Singh Rajput) who are young and suffering from cancer. Kizie Basu is battling thyroid cancer when she meets Manny, who has recently experienced osteosarcoma and is in remission. Manny and his companion JP, who is experiencing glaucoma, are making a film together, roused by Rajinikanth's movies. Manny welcomes Kizie to be the female lead. The two bond over his affection for Rajnikanth's films and her adoration for music, explicitly an incomplete song by Abhimanyu Veer. Kizie and Manny bit by bit become hopelessly enamored as they shoot scenes for JP's film. The two strike up a wonderful bond as Manny figures out that how to wriggle his way  into her heart and  in spite of Kizie making a decent attempt to turn away a misfortune for him, in the long run. Their cutesy science develops on you as they hurdle through the paths of Jamshedpur on his bike. Kizie agrees to do a film which featured her and Manny before JP loses his eyesight to his eye condition. Manny fulfills Kizie’s dream to meet Abhimanya Vaid (Saif Ali Khan) and take her to Paris. Will the two live their dream? Will it last forever? That one will only get to know once you watch the movie.

The original movie and book was based on the dialogue “okay” which meant forever. It only meant that the two will not give up on each other. While in ‘Dil Bechara’ the same have been incorporated with a different word called “seri”. Just like Sushant Singh Rajput the word “seri” is also imprinted in our hearts forever.

Sushant Singh Rajput, exploring the profundity of his character, sparkles with a heavenly exhibition that is delicate, extreme, vivacious and helpless. It is with overwhelming sadness that one watches him easily get under the skin of his character and ooze a characteristic appeal. With this, the fine entertainer adds to his inheritance of exemplary work in a short but formidable career. What's more, keep an eye out for his splendid moves in the one-shot title track, arranged by Farah Khan.

Sanjana Sanghi who makes her debut gives a solid performance. The supporting cast, particularly Swastika Mukherjee and Saswata Chatterjee as Kizie's folks are sublime and Saif Ali Khan in an appearance is important. The soundtrack (created by A.R. Rahman and verses by Amitabh Bhattacharya) is peppered with some incredible, foot-tapping music – especially "Khulke Jeene Ka", "Taare Ginn" and the title track, "Dil Bechara".

Despite the fact that the film's soul wins, the despairing that forecasts it will leave you in a puddle of feelings and with an overwhelming sense of foreboding deep in your soul as the end credits roll. 'Dil Bechara' will consistently be recognized as Sushant Singh Rajput's final appearance. Some movies don’t need a score. They are just made to review our life. Watch this film basically to witness Sushant Singh Rajput's last hurrah.

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