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Dil Bechara Movie Review: Is the Hype really Worth?

Dil bechara Movie Review
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Before we present an unbiased review of “Dil Bechara”, here are some quick facts you should know.

The actual novel “The Fault in Our Stars” by John Green was published on 10th January 2012, and later in June 2014 released as an American feature film.

We are not going to compare both films because some of you may not watch the original movie or read the novel. Also, the direction, narration, and artwork vary independently too.

Dil Bechara was the last work of the fallen star, Sushant Singh Rajput. In his lifetime he did a few remarkable movies like Chhichhore, MS Dhoni, Kai Po Che, and Kedarnath, etc which I personally loved very much. Undoubtedly he was winning many hearts with his evolving acting skill and shining personality. But then the hard part came, where he decided otherwise and left everyone abandoned on 14th June 2020.

Our deepest condolences to everyone including ourselves who loved him as a human being or even his work, upon the untimely demise of loving Sushant Singh Rajput.

Over a month later on 24th July 2020, Dil Bechara got a posthumous release as a homage to him. Definitely, by then, the movie became a national emotion, not only this movie but almost every movie he acted on. Internet, social media were flooded with good words, controversies, etc.

This was a small gesture from a person who felt sad for him. Please don’t take it otherwise.

But I always believe, it is best to judge or criticize any artwork so that we can help to improve. So, here we present an unbiased review of “Dil Bechara” from our perspective.

This story is all about, Kizie Basu (Sanjana Sanghi) and Immanuel Rajkumar Junior aka Manny (Sushant Singh Rajput), two ordinary people with an extraordinary love story with a tragic twist to their lives. They both embark on a bitter and sweet profound journey into the heart of that crazy little thing called ‘Life’.

Watch out the trailer now!

How they both, Kizie and Manny saw ‘Life’ as a Journey, practiced it with love, and dealt with lots of ups and downs? Watch the full movie exclusively in Disney+ Hotstar now.

Dil Bechara Movie Credits

Director: Mukesh Chhabra
Casting: Sushant Singh Rajput, Sanjana Sanghi, Saswata Chatterjee, Swastika Mukherjee
Production: Fox Star Studios
Genre: Drama, Romance, Coming-of-age story.
Availability: Disney+ Hotstar (OTT Platform)
Released on: 24 July 2020

Our Opinion

This movie portrays a tragic & twisted life of two, so it might not a stress-buster but it gives us hints to our life. You may relate to the uncertainty of life or the opportunities, we all are missing every day. Almost the entire film felt like real life with lots & lots of salt pinch to it. Both the childlike & mature side of Kizie (Sanjana Sanghi) and Manny (Sushant Singh Rajput), are characterized well. Similarly, Saswata Chatterjee and Swastika Mukherjee as Mr. and Mrs. Basu (Kizie’s parents) did a very good job in this movie playing complementary and dynamic nature.

Most of this movie was shot in Jamshedpur & Ranchi which gave a homely yet simple touch to the film. And a tiny part filmed in Paris for a romantic song and a little bit spin.

Obviously there are parts where I felt little out of order, especially in out-burst expressions & emotions. Some times it really felt very slow or maybe in this fast-paced world we are programmed to tag it as boring. At times the extraordinary journey of Kizie and Manny felt overdramatic.

Overall, this movie definitely points out, how we miss opportunities in life, how we are not living the life, it supposed to be lived. In our Dil Bechara Movie review, we would like to rate this movie 3 stars out of 5.

What’s your opinion, do we share same thought? Let us know in comment section.

Thanks for you read. Have a good day ahead!

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