The trailer of Dil Bechara is acquiring excellent opinions and responses from the audiences. But some supporters of Salman Khan mocked Sushant Singh Rajput imitating Shah Rukh Khan, asking folks to dislike the video.
Dil Bechara is the final movie of Sushant Singh Rajput, whose capturing was concluded months prior to his loss of life. The makers of the movie, who are established to release it on Disney+Hotstar on July 24, have introduced its trailer on Monday evening. The trailer has registered 22 million views and 4.2 million likes in fewer than 12 hrs of its launch on the YouTube channel of Fox Star Hindi. It is a record reaction for a Hindi film.
Sushant Singh Rajput was a massive supporter of SRK
Sushant Singh Rajput was a enormous enthusiast of Shah Rukh Khan and he was seen imitating him in a couple of scenes of Dil Bechara, which may perhaps remind us of SRK of the 1990s. Movie critic Noyon Jyoti Parasara tweeted, “A little something in the #DilBechara trailer… #SushantSinghRajput reminds me so substantially about the @iamsrk of the 90s. He could have picked up the mantle, if only. That sort of allure is missing on screens these times..”
Lots of enthusiasts of SRK supporter amazed with Sushant Singh Rajput’s act and they are supporting it, stating, “They will not mind if Dil Bechara gets to be the number 1 viewed trailer taking away Zero from its top rated location.” On the other hand, the admirers of Salman Khan, who was trolled intensely soon after Sushant’s sucide, identified an opportunity to settle the scores.
A couple of Salman Khan’s supporter teams evidently ran a marketing campaign and asked their followers to dislike the trailer of Dil Bechara on YouTube. They also asked for boycott the motion picture. They said if any one raises a voice versus Bhai, they will fulfill the same destiny of Vivek Oberoi, Aishwarya Rai and Sushant Singh Rajput. This growth did not go down perfectly with SRK’s admirers, who condemned their campaign.
A supporter of SRK (@iamsrk_brk) tweeted the screenshot of the marketing campaign and wrote, “People today acquire fan wars so seriously that they have misplaced their feeling on how to speak about someone’s final movie primarily when the a person is not even in the earth. Just since #SushanthSinghRajput was an SRK admirer & there is SRK references in #DilBechara he turned overactor. Jealousy!”
The fan added, “People today here really don’t have difficulty with SRKians cherishing the truth #SushanthSinghRajput was a die-tough SRK enthusiast that he never ever failed to demonstrate his love for @iamsrk. They are just jealous why their stars do not have lover like SSR who even in very last movie #DilBechara showed adore for his Idol.”
Another SRK admirer named Panvaadi (@PanvaadiTaxchor) tweeted, “Like idol Like fans disgrace on legal @BeingSalmanKhan and his supporters. Thoda shrm krlo jo chla gya uske saath bhi aisa krrhe ho #SushanthSinghRajput #DilBechara.”
Even so, Dil Bechara is dependent on writer John Green’s bestselling novel The Fault in Our Stars. It is a tale of two normal people with an remarkable love story with both acquiring a tragic twist to their lives. Kizie and Manny embark on an, on and off, up and down, bitter and sweet profound journey into the coronary heart of that mad minor factor named ‘life’.
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