A month after Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, Mukesh Chhabra, who directed the past due actor’s closing movie, Dil Bechara, took to social media to stocks some behind-the-scenes photos from the movie set.
The photos see Mukesh and Sushant sharing some gentle moments at the set of Dil Bechara. In one of the most photos, Mukesh will also be noticed solving Sushant’s helmet and educating him a few scene as they proportion a hug, whilst the opposite one has them arm wrestling. In a couple of others, they are able to be noticed fortuitously posing for the paparazzi. There are some candid moments too.
Sharing the images, Mukesh penned a heartbreaking caption. He wrote, “Ek mahina ho gaya aaj…ab to kabhi phone bhi nahi aayega tera (It has been a month today. Now I will never get a call from you).”
Recently, Mukesh Chhabra has said that Sushant used to be his stressbuster while shooting “Dil Bechara”. Talking about his friendship with Sushant, Mukesh said: “We in reality used to all the time be (each and every) different’s tension buster. Whenever we used to get a possibility we used to bounce and sing on set.”
Mukesh also opened up about going on bike rides with the late star.
He said: “Our movie in reality has this motorbike that belongs to Manny (Sushant’s personality), and it has a sidecar. So, we used to stay making a song songs from the film and take the motorbike for a spin. The climate in Jamshedpur used to be unpredictable, and it will abruptly rain. We liked working out within the rain like small youngsters.”
Dil Bechara is the official remake of the 2014 Hollywood romantic drama “The Fault In Our Stars”, based on John Green’s popular novel of the same name. It also marks Mukesh Chhabra’s directorial debut. Budding actress Sanjana Sanghi stars opposite Sushant in the film. The film will see Saif Ali Khan in a cameo.
Composer AR Rahman and lyricist Amitabh Bhattacharya have collaborated to create music for the project. Sushant’s last film “Dil Bechara” will premiere on an OTT platform on July 24.
(with inputs from IANS)