With bated breath, Sushant Singh Rajput's fans are waiting for the clock to click at 7 pm as his last film Dil Bechara will release on Disney+Hotstar. There is a great anticipation for this Mukesh Chhabra directorial as it will be the last time that we'll get to see Sushant Singh Rajput shining in a film. While fans are pouring in love, Sushant's close friends too are eager to watch Dil Bechara. Vikas Guppta recently penned a long note dedicated to the late actor and his film.
In a note, Vikas wrote that the whole of India will watch Dil Bechara today and that Sushant was loved by all. He also called for a CBI inquiry in Sushant's death case as he believes that the actor did not die by suicide, but he was killed. He may not have been killed physically, but mentally, he was drained, feels Vikas.
A part of Vikas' caption reads, "watch #DilBachara 7.30 pm today on @disneyplushotstar and remember a life went too soon. He was killed, not necessarily physically but he was. I hope CBI is able to clarify cause he wasn’t someone who would give up, those who truly knew him would know that but He did reach the state where he couldn’t protect himself. The pressure, expectations everything lead him to be alone. In a state if another human being killed him or loneliness, they could do that cause there was no one to protect him and he was too exhausted meeting his own expectations which the world made difficult for him to meet cause that’s what world does to each and everyone of US..." Check out his post below:
Dil Bechara also stars Sanjana Sanghi and it is based on John Green's novel The Fault In Our Stars. Earlier, it was Sushant's girlfriend Rhea who wrote an emotional note on the film's release. (Also Read: Vikas Guppta Makes A Cryptic Post Saying 'It Is Useless To Meet Revenge With Revenge' A Day After Divya Agarwal-Varun Sood Reveal Breaking Ties With Him)
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