‘Dil Bechara’ movie review: Sushant Singh Rajput taught to celebrate life with a laugh
There are very few characters in the story, where the hero and heroine are Kizzy Basu (Sanjana Sanghi) and Immanuel Rajkumar Jr aka Manny. Both are completely different from each other and they meet during the college fest. Kizzy is suffering from thyroid cancer. She is strong but prefers to stick to herself, knowing that her life is different from others. On the other hand, Rajinikanth fan Maini is a lively and clown-like boy. The two have frequent meetings and during this Kizzy learns that Manny has been a cancer survivor. After a few meetings, the two fall in love. But this love is not a life-giving love for each other, but is going to live life together by becoming a strong link of each other. Both have some dreams, which they fulfill for each other. Manny brings love into Kizzie’s life, teaching her how to live life freely. Which is probably like a lesson for every human being.
The strong side of this Mukesh Chhabra film is its casting. Sushant Singh Rajput is well suited in the role of Mastmoula and Jindadil Maini, while Sanjana Sanghi is fiercely in front of him. The chemistry of both is shown well in the film. Swastika Mukherjee and Shashwat Chatterjee play well in the role of Kizzy’s parents. Both have appeared true to their character. The film depicts a Bengali family, in which the director has done absolutely accurate casting. At the same time, Sahil Vaid has done justice in the role of Manny’s friend.
Mukesh Chhabra has presented a different style of Sushant to the people in the film, where he is seen playing all kinds of emotions, comedy, romance, emotional. The audience will always remember this film not only for Sushant’s last film, but also for Sushant’s best performance.
Direction and technical side
John Green’s book The Fault in Our Stars has been scripted by Shashank Khaitan and Suprotim Sengupta keeping in mind the preferences of the Indian audience. However, in the process of making a film from a book, the story loses its charm. There is no depth and emotional charm in the story. AR Rahman’s music and excellent starcast save the film swinging between a weak script. This is Mukesh Chhabra’s first film as a director. He has given all the characters of the script a good chance on screen. In the midst of a weak script, he weaves some memorable moments between Kizzy-Manny and the family. Satyajit Pandey’s cinematography is excellent. The lead characters are best shown amidst the beauty of Jamshedpur and Paris.
The music of the film is composed by AR Rahman, which connects directly to the heart. The lyricist is Amitabh Bhattacharya. There is a special thing in Rahman’s music that he slowly climbs like a whirlwind, the songs of this film will also play in your mind for a long time. The title track of the film ‘Dil Bechara’, Clown, Taare Gin gives solace to the ears. There are total 8 songs in the album of the film.
see or not see
Perhaps the question of not watching the film does not arise. There are very few moments in life when you want to forget everything and get lost in your emotions. Seeing ‘Dil Bechara’ is like that. It is like a memorial for Sushant Singh Rajput. Like Manny, you want to keep alive Sushant in your heart. ‘Dil Bechara’ must be seen for the best starcast of the film.
memories of sushant
Maini of ‘Dil Bechara’ sounds somewhat like Sushant Singh Rajput. His heart-winning laugh, sharp mind, smart and extremely emotional. Eyes are wet while watching the film, but as Manny said – ‘We cannot decide when to take birth and when to die.. but we can decide how to live..’ Will always give good memories to his loved ones.
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