Actor Saswata Chatterjee, who labored with Sushant Singh Rajput in Dil Bechara, has said the late actor was very childlike in his manner and never threw tantrums. Sushant’s last movie, Dil Bechara landed online last week and garnered a lot love from followers.
Asked how he remembers Sushant, Saswata instructed BollywoodHungama in an interview, “I will always remember his smile, the way he used to meet and hug people. He had no tantrums at all, he was more like a child. He would never stay calm and quiet. He would always be doing something, restless I guess. The film’s (Dil Bechara) story has become the real story, it is unfortunate.”
Directed by Mukesh Chhabra, fashionable casting director in Bollywood, Dil Bechara featured Sushant and newcomer Sanjana Sanghi in lead roles. It is a Hindi remake of fashionable Hollywood romantic movie, The Fault in Our Stars. “I should thank the entire team for casting me in the picture. Bombay itself is full of extraordinary talents and in such circumstances, I am from Bengal and I get a chance. I think, I have not done many Hindi films, this is my third Hindi film. I am lucky enough. I think this is only good thing that happened to me in 2020,” he said.
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The movie opened to principally optimistic reviews. “Dil Bechara is a celebration of Sushant and the deep love that brought him to Mumbai, and made him a star. The film is about the millions of fans who are bidding goodbye to their loved one, beyond the hostility and bitter primetime debates,” the Hindustan Times review said.
Sushant was discovered useless at his Mumbai residence on June 14. A month after his demise, Sushant’s father KK Singh filed a FIR in opposition to his girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty. Sushant’s household has accused Rhea of many things, together with dishonest. Without individually responding to any allegations, Rhea lately shared a video proclaiming that fact shall win ‘Satyamev Jayate’.