Dil Bechara Movie Review: It’s for Sushant Singh Rajput for one last time

Dil Bechara Movie Review: We all need to do it for one last time for our favourite Bollywood late actor Sushant Singh Rajput. It's his energy, love and smile which lead this movie to steal the hearts of the audience. Sanjana Sanghi also made us go awe with her ace acting skills.

This Mukesh Chhabra directorial has been dropped on Disney+ Hotstar yesterday night and is still going on successfully with millions of views. Sushant Singh Rajput and Sanjana Sanghi have done their best and made us involve totally with their tragic love story.

Going with the story, Kizie will be seen as a student who will be suffering from thyroid cancer. Along with her struggle with deadly cancer, she will be seen meeting all the families who lost their family members and shares their pain. But her life totally gets changed after meeting Immanuel Rajkumar Junior aka Manny who is a cancer survivor. Manny is a rich kid and makes people happy with his care-free nature. He is a die-hard fan of Rajinikanth and will be seen imitating him in some of the scenes. Manny and Kizie meet in a through a support group and then eventually get closer. Kizzie will always be seen with her oxygen cylinder as a constant companion and fights with deadly cancer. Both Manny and Kizzie even attend their Prom and the song which comes highlighting their love during the Prom is definitely heart-touching.

Then Kizzie's health starts deteriorates further but she wishes to visit Paris. So, they both fly to Paris and enjoy to the core… The Paris scenes will make everyone go teary-eyed. Kizie enjoys happily and even forgets that she is in the last stage of cancer. Manny also makes Kizzie also meet her favourite musician Abhimanyu Ved and yet again makes her wish come true.

The first-half goes with the introduction scenes and then the friendship of Kizzie and Manny. Their college days and then Prom song makes it a worth watch. Then the second half goes with Paris scenes… But then the ending makes us go-teary eyed and makes us leave the screen heavy heartedly…

Finally, 'Dil Bechara' needs to be watched for Sushant Singh and Sanjana Sanghi… Mukesh Chhabra has made it a worth watch with his directional skills. Being made basing a novel 'The Fault In Our Stars' penned by John Green, the movie is just the adaption but the lovely screenplay made it more enriching.