‘Dil Bechara’ – the perfect legacy of our beloved superstar Sushant Singh Rajput, a movie worth watching and a plot that perfectly defines the meaning of life and the way to live.
What does the movie teach us?
The movie surrounds over cancer victims, their sufferings, their struggles, while teaching us the art of being optimistic and the very way to live the life.The ever smiling face of Sushant (as Immanuel Rajkumar jr.) shows how, when there’s no hope left at all, being optimistic is the best option. The movie also reflects on how uncertain one’s life actually is, which indeed is the fact that could leads us to live the life to its fullest.
“Happiness is not about getting everything perfect in life, it’s about being perfect with whatever we get from it”.
This indeed is the essence of the movie.
The film’s message of laughing in the face of death is bittersweet and poignant. Given its poignant premise, ‘Dil Bechara’ makes for a very emotional watch. Even as the story’s underlying message, of celebrating life despite knowing the inevitable, injects it with an infectious energy. Especially in the form of Manny’s character who wants to literally grab every moment of the day.
A short analysis of the actors’ role
Sushant Singh Rajput, navigating the depth of his character, shines with a stellar performance that is sensitive, intense, lively and vulnerable. It is with a heavy heart that one watches him effortlessly get under the skin of his character and exude a natura l charm. With this, the fine actor adds to his legacy of commendable work in a short span of time.And watch out for his brilliant moves in the one-shot title track, choreographed by Farah
In Sanjana, Dil Bechara has found a confident actor who keeps Kizie natural and engaging. Both Saswata and Swastika bring depth to their performances as parents hovering over their daughter, worrying what
tomorrow might bring. Debutant director Mukesh Chhabra is yet to find his distinctive cinematic style and the film does miss a few steps.
They prepare us for the death of one person and end it by showing the death of another person. These scenes will make you emotional and in fact put you right there in the middle of it. Dil Bechara is a wonderful farewell to a fine actor who had gone too soon. The irony of it being his
last film will haunt you for a while.
“The same is the irony of life. We never know when our final day passes by; so the best way to live the life is not to be stuck with our problems and sufferings but to live it’s every moment as if it were the last.”
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