Dil Bechara is the last movie of Sushant Singh Rajput which was directed by Mukesh Chhabra.
Sushant Singh Rajput took his life on June 14, 2020, in his flat located in Mumbai. The best tribute to Sushant Singh Rajput is given by the Hotstar as this movie is available for all types of subscriber and non-subscriber.
The movie Dil Bechara’s is based on a Hollywood romantic movie name “The fault in our stars”. Which has been released in the year 2014.
After the death of Sushant, his fans are requesting or urging others to watch the film Dil Bechara as a tribute to him.
Few Bollywood celebrities like Kriti Sanon, Rajkummar Rao, Ankita Lokhande and etc. have shared a post on their social media handle, urging their fans to watch the movie.
Tweets of the celebrities as a tribute to Sushant Singh Rajput
Hotstar has tweeted a message “Manny is the boy who is the desire of many girls and you should watch their cute banter on 24 July from 7:30 PM”.
In one more tweet by Hotstar they have written ” watch it • enjoy it • love it” from 7:30 PM.
One of my favourite tweet by a famous filmmaker Hansal Mehta ” Hotstar has crashed”.
Sara Ali Khan shared a pic on his tweeter account ” last glimpse of our star”.
Ali Fazal has also tweeted ” watching you tonight Saathi”.
A tweet by Ritesh Deshmukh ” I am ready with a bucket of popcorn”.
Kartik Aryan has tweeted ” Chalo sab sath milkar dekhe Dil Bechara”.
Ranvir Shorey has also tweeted ” Today is a big Dil Bechara is releasing on Hotstar today”.
About the huge success of the trailer and the movie
The Trailer and Songs of the film Dil Bechara have been released a few days ago and loved by the fans very much.
The trailer has crossed 100 million views in just a few hours after the release of it which makes a new record.
The film also sets a new record of getting the highest rating for a film till now is 10 out of 10 from IMDb and 100% from rotten tomatoes.
This huge success of this film can be seen with a tweet of Hansal Mehta “Hotstar has crashed”. This tweet indicates the love of the fans given to the film of late Sushant Singh Rajput.