Sushant Signh Rajput’s last film Dil Bechara finally came out and I was hit with a wave of emotions. Still smiling and fighting through tears here are some of the thoughts I had while watching this film.
Honestly, I still can’t wrap my head around how he pulled off this entire song sequence in just a *single* take after a day’s practice w Farah Khan?!? I mean, the dance, the expressions & the antics in between. Crazy!!!
Appreciation for the entire team for this one, especially for SSR!
Me: My sense of humor is v refined and sophisticated, I only like witty jokes w a l a good punchline
Also me: *giggling through this entire conversation for absolutely no reason at all*
Manny literally texted her out of the blue that he’s in //her room// and she.. um.. gets excited???
bro normal log aise text padhke behosh ho jaate hai on the spot right there and then.
Aise stunts please real life mei mat kar dena kisi dost ke saath, especially if they’re an introvert
I mean we already know Sushant’s an extremely talented actor and he’s just as charming here but I’m actually ww surprised by Sanjana Sanghi’s performance. She’s So good, her acting feels very real and effortless! very Indian Hazel vibes. I’d be so mad if we don’t see her in more movies in the future!!
Speaking of future movie roles, I’mma cri a little.
Hello. Can they stop being so cute and shit for a minute, like, some people here are very, very single okay!? just… okay?!
This whole dance sequence had so much “The Night We Met” vibes and I’m here for it! very cute, these two. Very aesthetically shot! ALSO WHAT IS THIS SOUNDTRACK. SO GOOD. I know I’m coming back to it even after years!
This exchange between Manny and Kizie’s dad is easily one of my favorite scenes from the film! “Uncle mai na bahut bade bade sapne dekhta hun” this line hurt different.
Also that, “I know it’s a bit silly, but us silly se kisi ka sapna pura ho na us silly ke baat hi kuch aur hai!” uske dad ke saath saath mai bhi ro diya.
Honestly, it was so difficult to go through the last 20 mins without being able to reach out to him through the screen and give him a tight hug and tell him it’s gonna be okay.
And obviously, bahut miss karengey.
No review here, just love.
He left us with a smile on his face, and a pool of tears in our eyes.
This film seems very much like the pne he left for Kizie. Not for critics to analyze or rate, it just felt very personal, made with so much pyaar, and it’s something for us to remember him by. It was honestly v comforting to have his onscreen presence one last time.
I genuinely hope he finds peace where he is now. <3