Sushant Singh Rajput, Sanjana Sanghi, Saif Ali Khan, Sahil Vaid, Saswata Chatterjee, Swastika Mukherjee
Dil Bechara, set in Jamshedpur, India is the adaptation of John Green's 2012 novel 'The Fault in Our Stars'. The story starts with Kizie Basu (Sanjana Sanghi), a college-going girl who is suffering through Thyroid cancer, and like every other girl she wants a normal life.
Kizie who has solid support from her parents suddenly meets her angel Imanuel Rajkumar Junior also popular as Manny played by the brilliant Sushant Singh Rajput. Manny has its own story as he has survived osteosarcoma and his cancer is currently in remission and he teaches Kizie the value of smile and love in our lives.
Both Manny and Kizzie fall in love as Manny, the charming and lively boy has his own Bollywood style to steal her heart. Be it Manny's dance performance or the dialogues he utters every time he talks, he makes sure that Kizzie explores every side of him.
Manny decides to go to Paris to fulfil Kizzie's wish of meeting her favourite musician Abhimanyu Vaid (Saif Ali Khan) and both roam around the beautiful city making us all fall in love with this adorable duo. Shot in the lanes of Jamshedpur, the story of Dil Bechara is about how they both fall in love with each other and stay together in every storm that comes their way.
Directed by Mukesh Chhabra, the film has amazing shots that will make you go wow, starting from Sushant's grand entry in the film to the pleasing sights of Paris, the film has a lot to offer and Sushant's fans are surely going to shed lots of tears at so many points.
Sushant's character as Manny is absolutely heart-touching as his role is the blood and bone of the film. The way he expresses himself, the way he uses those typical Bollywood dialogues, we can't forget his last remarkable performance.
Sanjana Sanghi as Kizzie has played her role very confidently, making a cute couple with Manny. The romantic chemistry of Manny and Kizzie gives pleasure to the eyes as Sushant knows how to steal every scene he is in and Sanjana compliments his counterpart every time making us go 'awwwww'.
Saif Ali Khan has also done justice to his cameo role as the macho outside but broken inside musician Abhimanyu Vaid and adds a good dose of laughter in the film. Music by A R Rahman is as always commendable as the songs enhance the feel of the story and emotions making you connect to the characters and be a part of their extraordinary journey.
Overall, Dil Bechara is an emotional roller coaster ride featuring Sushant Singh Rajput's last heart-melting on-screen performance. It would be unfair to judge this movie as it is a more of tribute to his career and everyone would be watching this movie irrespective of the ratings and reviews. And SantaBanta.com
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