Dil Bechara premiered on Disney+ Hotstar on July 24, 2020 and it marked Sushant Singh Rajput's last screen outing. Touching chords of the audience, with his acting prowess, even a small connection to the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput has been making his industry colleagues and fans emotional. One such moment made Dil Bechara’s director Mukesh Chhabra all sentimental. In his latest Tweet, he pointed out a coincidence that most of us didn't notice.
In his tweet, he shared a screenshot of the Google page having deets about his film, where he mentioned of someone getting this to his notice that his Dil Bechara actors names started with S- Such as Sushant Singh Rajput, Sanjana Sanghi (Kizie Basu), Sahil Vaid (Jagdish Pandey), Saswata Chatterjee (Kizie's father), Swastika Mukherjee (Kizie's mother), Sunit Tandon (doctor) and Saif Ali Khan (Abhimanyu Veer) who was seen in a cameo appearance. He termed it as a sheer coincidence in his Tweet.
His Tweet read, “What a coincidence, someone just brought it to my notice that all the main actors names in #DilBechara start with "S" Sushant, Sanjana, Saif, Swastika, Saswata, Sahil, Sunit tondon ( doctor) @sanjanasanghi96 @swastika24 @Sahilwalavaid,” followed by joined hands emoji.
What a coincidence, someone just brought it to my notice that all the main actors names in #DilBechara start with "S" Sushant, Sanjana, Saif, Swastika, Saswata, Sahil, Sunit tondon ( doctor)@sanjanasanghi96 @swastika24 @Sahilwalavaid 🙏🏽— Mukesh Chhabra CSA (@CastingChhabra) July 26, 2020
Dil Bechara which is a Bollywood remake of an American film titled, The Faults In Our Stars, is based on a novel of the same name. The film is about two individuals suffering from Cancer, making the most of their journey together. ALSO READ: Dil Bechara Movie Review: Sushant Singh Rajput’s Last Film Is Straight From The Heart And Tugs Right Back At Your Heart
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