Everything is in the stars now for Sushant Singh Rajput and Sanjana Sanghi
Mirror had previously reported (February 8) that after Sushant Singh Rajput and debutante Sanjana sanghi The last program of his film, the Hindi adaptation of 'The Fault in Our Stars', concluded in Paris earlier this year, the film was renamed from 'Kizie Aur Manny' to 'Dil Bechara' . Now, while the Hindi film is in the post-production stage, the team celebrates five years of the original's release, which premiered in India on July 4, 2014.
director Mukesh Chhabra He said a friend showed him the Hollywood movie three years ago and played an emotional chord. But back then, I did not know that it would end up becoming my first film as a director. When it happened, we made some changes in the story taking into account the sensitivities of the Indians. I love movies like 'Masoom' and 'Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa', and when a movie appears in a similar space, it feels incredible, '' he said, adding that his hero has seen the original in parts.
Sushant stopped seeing him halfway, since he wanted to give his character his own opinion. I like it that way because I did not want my actors to be influenced by the original performances (Ansel Elgort and Shailene Woodley). Our configuration is different, and we have also referred to the book in parts, Mukesh explained, revealing that Sushant's bicycle in the film plays an important role. It has a side car in which Sanjana sits and together they go through the city.
Tell him if there are similarities between the original remake and the Hindi, produced by Fox Star Studios, and he reveals: It's not the same scene, but the part in which Sushant's character realizes for the first time that he is really dying hit. . I filmed it in an interesting way, he said goodbye.
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