Sushant’s Dil Bechara Garners 75 Million Views In 24 Hours, Becomes Most Watched Film On OTT

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Sushant Singh Rajput’s last film Dil Bechara released on Disney plus Hotstar on Friday as fans awaited their star’s last act on screen. The film was viewed passionately across the board.

While it gained a 10/10 rating on IMDB, it also broke another record. Dil Bechara has reportedly garnered over 75 million views in the first 24 hours of release which is now touted as the most-watched film on an OTT platform in India. The OTT platform had also crashed for a few minutes as millions tuned into the site once it was released at 7.30 pm on Friday.


The film is the official remake or the adaptation of the Hollywood movie The Fault in Our Stars which is based on a book by the same name. The directorial debut of Mukesh Chhabra was quick to get the audience approval of 10/10 on IMDB. However, with 62,000 votes, the rating currently is at 9.6/10.

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Sushant’s Co-Stars Pen Emotional Notes

The film has been getting good reviews from critics as well as from the audience who have showered their love and celebrated the last film of Sushant Singh Rajput. His co-star of Kedarnath, Sara Ali Khan, shared a picture of Sushant and her father Saif Ali Khan who has featured in a cameo in the film and wrote a heartfelt note. She said,

“The only two gentlemen that have spoken to me about Sartre, Van Gough, telescopes and constellations, guitars, the northern lights, cricket, Pink Floyd, Nusrat Saab, and acting techniques. This is to the last thing you two have in common.”


Sushant’s co-star in Dil Bechara, Sanjana Sanghi also penned an emotional note on Instagram. She wrote,

“My Mannu, I hope you’re looking over us, blessing is and smiling upon us as we are, looking up at you, searching for you, in equal parts awe and disbelief. Thank you for giving us the strength in ways known and unknown to somehow brave through this incredibly tough path. We can feel the strength every minute. It’s the only silver lining amidst so many dark clouds.”


Source: India Times