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[Watch] Dil Bechara Trailer: Sushant Singh Rajput’s last stride

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The late Sushant Singh Rajput will be seen for one last time in casting director turns director Mukesh Chabhra’s ‘Dil Bechara.’ Disney + Hotstar dropped the trailer for ‘Dil Bechara‘ – the Indian adaptation of the renowned American film ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ online to a whopping live premiere.

From the looks of it, the film seems to have taken up the entire structure of the film + John Green’s bestseller and Indianized its essence. The highlight of the film, however, seems to be Sanjana Sanghi. Her screen presence and dialogue delivery seem to be pretty apt for a debut actor. Much like Augustus Waters played by Ansel Elgort, Sushant Singh Rajput embodies the over-the-top character while seeming out of place for most of the runtime.

The film, which will premiere on Disney + Hotstar under their new initiative of Multiplex at home on 24th July will be available for everyone. In a tribute to the late actor, Dil Bechara can be viewed by anyone. Even those who have no subscribed to the OTT platform’s premium deals. The film also stars Saif Ali Khan in a cameo role. Which, at this point can be speculated as the version played by Willem Dafoe in the original.

The official synopsis of the film reads as: “Based on the bestselling novel “The Fault in Our Stars” by author John Green, Dil Bechara is a story of Kizie and Manny, two ordinary people with an extraordinary love story. Both have a tragic twist to their lives. That was the start of exploring a funny, thrilling and tragic business of being alive and in love Kizie and Manny embark on an, on and off, up and down, bitter and sweet profound journey into the heart of that crazy little thing called ‘life’.”

Watch the Dil Bechara Trailer Here

Dil Bechara – IMDb

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