Dil Bechara Sushant’s Pakeezah?

 Posthumous releases  of  superstars  don’t always work .India’s   biggest superstar  Rajesh  Khanna’s  posthumous release Riyasat was  a disaster. And  the  great  Nutan’s  last film Garajna , wasn’t even  released.

 It is a different ballgame  with  Sushant’s farewell film Dil Bechara.  The  trailer  has engendered an enormous  emotional  response  in his fans. They are  weeping and  celebrating his last film even before its release. As  film critic Bharati S Pradhan  says, “The trailer of Dil Bechara  tugs at  your heartstrings and leaves  you teary-eyed.”

Trade guru  Taran Adarsh analyzes,  “The trailer of Dil Bechara works for various reasons. It’s beautiful, heartwarming and has moments and dialogue that demand repeat viewings… it wins you over completely… the most important reason is, without doubt, Sushant Singh Rajput… I had moist eyes while watching him… The fact that Dil Bechara will be Sushant’s last film release is heartbreaking… this film is very very very special.”

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Trade  analyst Girish  Johar gets emotional while discussing  the trailer  of  Dil Bechara. “It pains my heart to see Sushant Singh Rajput’s last film’s trailer.I  never could have imagined…and even till now can’t believe that he isn’t amongst us any more.And the response to the trailer is superb…every one has truly loved it…its the official remake of FAULT IN OUR STARS…so  the audiences have lapped it up with not only open arms but with their hearts too.Would have been a great tribute  had the film also released on cinema screens for a wider audience to pay their respects”

Trade analyst  Atul Mohan adds,  “It’s more of an emotional event for all than a routine trailer release. It is  SSR’s last film and all are waiting for it. The overwhelming response to the trailer has already given us an  indication of what records it’s going to create on its premiere.Looking at the trailer we still cant believe that this smiling face is not amongst us anymore.”

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Actor Manoj Bajpai says,  “I wished Mukesh Chabra all the luck as it’s his debut as a director.I understand the emotions he is going through.I want the  audience to watch this film and make it a memorable tribute to our boy who is no more with us!!”

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