Dil Bechara Trailer Out: Did You Know This Late Sushant Singh Rajput Starrer Is An Official Adaptation Of The Heart-Wrenching Saga, The Fault In Our Stars?

All you want to know about last film of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s career Dil Bechara being an official adaptation The Fault In Our Stars

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Dil Bechara Trailer Out: Did You Know This Late Sushant Singh Rajput Starrer Is An Official Adaptation Of The Heart-Wrenching Saga, The Fault In Our Stars?
Late actor Sushant Singh Rajput was bubbling with joy ever since he signed on the dotted line for the movie,  Dil Bechara. Reason? Well, the movie which sadly happens to be the last film of his career is all set to mark the directorial debut of his friend and Bollywood’s popular casting director Mukesh Chhabra. The movie ever since it went on floors has been in news for one more reason, for being a screen adaptation of the 2012 novel, The Faults In Our Stars.

Bollywood remake starring Sushant Singh Rajput and debutant Sanjana Sanghi will narrate the story of Manny and Kizie, who are suffering from cancer and their journey together. The Fault In Our Stars is 4th novel of author John Green published in the year 2012. The novel along with positive word of mouth, also enjoyed a lot of commercial success. Before the news of its Bollywood remake hit the headline, it already had its first screen adaptation releasing in the year 2014, by the same name of the novel. It starred Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort in key roles. 

The remake was a huge success at the box office, as per its Wikipedia, made on the budget of $12 million dollar, it went on to garner $307 million dollar at the box office on its release. 


Now Dil Bechara is all set to release on the OTT platform, Disney+ Hotstar on July 24, 2020. Today the makers have unveiled the trailer, which just got the fans of the late actor all emotional. 



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