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Dil Bechara - Last performance Of A Star Lost Forever
Nation Now TV July 25, 2020
Cast: Sushant Singh Rajput, Sanjana Sanghi, Saif Ali Khan, Swastika Mukherjee, Saswata Chatterjee and Sahil Vaid
Director: Mukesh Chhabra
Rating: Let’s not do this
As you begin to watch Dil Bechara, you are hit by a tsunami of emotions attached with Sushant Singh Rajput and all his performances come to life, right in front of you. Such is the charisma of the actor, the film Dil Bechara, will not be known for its story or any other cinematic trait but only as the last performance of the great artist Sushant Singh Singh Rajput.
Adapted by screenwriters Shashank Khaitan and Suprotim Sengupta from The Fault in Our Stars (both the John Green book and the screenplay of the 2014 Josh Boone film are acknowledged in the opening credits), Dil Bechara blends unaltered borrowings from the original production with significant plot deviations in the process of shaping the story for Indian sensibilities. It pulls in one direction here and then pushes in another there and ends up feeling a bit stretched at times.
The chemistry between Sanjana and Shushant is clearly visible in the comfort level both the actors have on screen. The dialogue delivery and the natural affection between the two shows on the screen and it is quite evident that the film has been made my a bunch of people who are extremely fond of each other.
Tatanagar takes the center stage in the plot with the essence of the town is very well imbibed in the film. The people from Tatanagar will have an immediate connect with the locations in the film. The film heavily banks on the popularity of Sushant as there are no visible sings of heavy expenditure on the sets, costumes. Kizie Basu (Sanghi) and Immanuel “Manny” Rajkumar Junior (Rajput) meet in a college fest before they drift closer to each other in a cancer support group run by Dr R.K. Jha (Sunit Tandon).
Swastika Mukherjee (plays mother of Sanjana) has played the role of a composed mother who is quite conservative. She once asks Sanjana in the film is her virginity is safe, depicting typical mother-daughter relationship in India.
The passion of making a film within the film ads the element of comedy in the film and provides find memories to Kizie, her family and Manny’s friends after the demise of Manny in the film.
Such a tragedy is rare to see in the world of cinema where a film in which the lead actor dies in the end releases after the demise of the lead actor in real life. The film will always belong to Sushant Singh Rajput.
Image credits: Sanjana Snghi Twitter
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