Sushant Singh Rajput’s Dil Bechara trailer promises a heartwarming love story also stars Sanjana Sanghi. The movie previously titled Kizie Aur Manny will premiere on Disney Plus Hotstar on July 24. The Indian movie takes viewers on a journey of two hopeless romantics, Kizzie and Manny, who meet at a cancer support group. The Fox Star Studios production, Dil Bechara, also stars Sahil Vaid, Swastika Mukherjee, Javed Jaffrey, Milind Gunaji, and features Saif Ali Khan in a cameo appearance.
Kizie is a nerd who has accepted her short life, expecting little adventure, but that’s only till she meets Manny, a flamboyant guy who is everything Kizie would want in her mundane life. Cupid strikes, and Kizie begins to dream the impossible. Soon reality comes calling, but her efforts to keep away from Manny go in vain. They are inseparable now. The trailer’s high point is how Sushant Singh Rajput gets into the skin of Manny who is charming, funny and caring. His efforts to woo Kizie are some of the most adorable moments here. From ensuring she laughs her heart out to make her heart beat faster in love, Manny tries to fulfil everything Kizie wants before their love story ends. Even if it means accompanying her to the hospital or taking her to Paris.
This movie helms the debut of the newcomer, Sanjana Sanghi with the music score produced by Oscar-winning Indian composer AR Rahman
The family of Sushant Singh Rajput have also announced the launch of a foundation in the actor’s name and his childhood family home will be turned into a memorial housing the Sushant’s personal effects. The actor’s final film, Dil Bechara, is the official adaptation of John Green’s novel ‘The Fault In Our Stars’, is set for direct-to-digital release on Disney+ Hotstar.
Source inputs: Indian Express
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