Dil Bechara-Shushant Singh Rajput last movie please release it on silver screen
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DIL BECHARA!! ON SILVER SCREEN and not on OTT PLATFORM, other wise it would be injustice to Shushant life.
Release it once after everything gets normal in India and cinemas are fully opened and operational and release it on maximum no of screens.
Release after one or two Bollywood movie gets released, when market takes a upside turn (seat occupancy gets normal in theatre )then release. We want shushant's this movie to be a big hit whatever the story may be.... please!!!
Our country has been hit by tradegic demise of Shushant Singh Rajput,we all know he was much talented and didn't get chance as other actors get to prove their mettle.
He was extraordinary and one of a kind in Bollywood Industry, but only fewer people knew about him as he comes from ordinary background.
He was self made star and versatile actor, but unfortunately due to Bollywood fault of not choosing and recognising him and not accepting him for satisfying their own personal interest, he remained out of the industry and did small budgets movies only.
As we all know shushant Singh Rajput was great actor but he lost the films in just six months. Why? The film industry''s ruthlessness works on a very different level. And that ruthlessness took the life of one talented person.
The point becomes clear when one looks at Sushant''s journey from small screen to big screen.
Leaving the world of engineering, Sushant danced his way into showbiz as a background dancer, and got his acting break as the main actor''s brother in the TV show "Kis Desh Mein Hai Meraa Dil". It was his second role, in the 2009 soap "Pavitra Rishta" that got him fame. As Manav Deshmukh in the Ekta Kapoor show, he became a household name.
Which ensured his initial foray into Bollywood, of course, He was tagged a rising star after "Kai Po Che!" in 2013, and went on to prove his worth with every role he did -- from "M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story" and "Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!" to "Kedarnath" and "Chhichhore".From "Kai Po Che'''' in 2013 to "Chhichhore" in 2019, Sushant had nine big screen releases (discounting the Netflix movie "Drive). Of these four -- "Kai Po Che", ''PK", M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story" and "Chhichhore" -- are outright hits, which means he had a success rate of 50 per cent, which is more than many contemporary male stars.
In short, he had the hits coming in regularly. Even in the films that fared below box-office expectations --"Detective Byomkesh Bakshi", "Shudh Desi Romance", "Sonchiriya" and "Raabta" -- his acting was universally acclaimed as faultless.
So, why did he lose out on projects?
According to hearsay, over the past few years, Sushant was replaced in several big banner films including Sanjay Bhansali''s "Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela" and Aditya Chopra''s "Befikre". (Incidentally, his replacement in both films, Ranveer Singh -- although a self-made superstar and an undeniable talent -- is related to the Anil Kapoor clan. He is Sonam Kapoor''s cousin.)
However, Sushant never revealed any sign of depression owing to the rejections. If he faced difficulties being an outsider, he had learnt to take it in his stride. In an interview Sushant gave to IANS a while back, he conceded that industry insiders get "slightly more room" but he insisted it did not matter.
"Yeah, it does get very difficult. It is difficult for everybody because we have heard about some very successful outsiders'' stories too, and unfortunately not-so-very successful insiders'' stories. So, in the long run, it doesn''t matter, but for a short period of time. The insiders are given slightly more room to actually downplay their failures and magnify their success," Sushant had told IANS.
Things, though, have systematically worsened since that interview. The Bollywood Privilege Club, as filmmaker Anubhav Sinha likes to call them, has only grown in strength.
Please release DIL BECHARA !!! On silver screens
Inspiration to many- Late shushant Singh rajput
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