We all know that the late bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s final bollywood film and a last tribute to his love for indian cinema which released a year ago and broke all records digitally was Mukesh Chhabra’s debut directorial venture Dil Bechara which introduced the stunning and versatile actress Sanjana Sanghi into film industry and on 1 year of Dil Bechara, Sanjana shares unseen pics with Sushant.
It was a special day indeed and making it more unforgettable especially for the fans, on 1 year of Dil Bechara, Sanjana shares unseen pics with Sushant.
This Saturday clocked a complete year to his last film and making it more special, on 1 year of Dil Bechara, Sanjana shares unseen pics with Sushant.
Sushant’s co-star and budding bollywood actress Sanjana Sanghi took to her official handle on instagram and dropped a long handwritten heartfelt note and appreciation post also sharing several never seen before unseen throwback pictures and giving them a caption she started off by writing, “#1YearOfDilBechara A year ago today, upon the eve of my debut film Dil Bechara’s release, my nervousness knew no bounds. And today, as we complete 1 YEAR of Dil Bechara (!!) becoming yours forever, all I have in my heart is unsurmountable heaps of gratitude for the kind of love, admiration and support you all have bestowed on our film, and the deep embrace you have given me over this year. It’s fuel for the soul. It’s what makes this vulnerable, emotional and magical journey of being an actor absolutely surreal”.
She furthermore also wrote, “Each of your letters, your sketches, your remembering every dialogue, remembering every scene, and celebrating every milestone has made this tough journey that has been ridden with loss become a little more bright & sparkly. Thank you, for taking care of our film and celebrating it in ways we couldn’t ever even dream of”.
Opening up on her entire experience of essaying Kizie Basu in the Indian movie, Sanjana mentioned, “It has truly been the greatest privilege & honour that has ever been bestowed upon me to discover myself as an actor in portraying Kizie Basu, the Indian Hazel Grace Lancaster from a novel I’d read an endless number of times as a teenager. And the opportunity to do that in the guidance of so many creatives geniuses made it unforgettable – Mukesh, Sushant, Rahman Sir, Rucha, Setu Sir, Swastika, Shashank Sir, Shashwat Da, Pritam Da, Sahil”.
She also shared, “Staying true to Kizie’s core yet making her a whole new person, has been one of the most unique, uphill but satisfying challenges life has ever thrown at me, every bit of which has helped me grow and evolve, as a person & as an actor”.
Finally she concluded the long note caption by saying, “Like every milestone, this one too, is first yours. THANKYOU, from the bottom of my heart”.