Dil Bechara is Streaming for Free on Hotstar

Sushant Singh Rajput’s final movie Dil Bechara just released on Hotstar/Disney+Hotstar across the globe. For the time being, Dil Bechara is streaming for free even if you’re not a Hotstar subscriber. Here’s where to watch it in the United States:

The romance Dil Bechara is a based on John Green’s novel The Fault in Our Stars, about a pair of young people who’ve endured serious illnesses who undertake a search for a reclusive author. Sanjana Sanghi makes her film debut opposite Sushant, with Saif Ali Khan playing the author.

In other streaming video news, I updated my list of Bollywood movies on Netflix with two newly added Hindi films:  2016’s Project Marathwada and 2020’s Door Ke Darshan (which released theatrically in February as “Doordarshan” before a lawsuit forced it to change its title).

I also updated my list of Bollywood movies on Amazon Prime with dozens of Indian films added in the last week, including yesterday’s new release, the Kannada film French Biryani. A handful of popular Hindi titles also turned up on Prime recently, including:

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3 thoughts on “Dil Bechara is Streaming for Free on Hotstar

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  2. Jill

    I’ve never seen “The Fault in Our Stars” so I can’t compare Dil Bechara to it. Dil Bechara has two college students who have cancer meet. The male, Manny, is helping his friend, JP, who has eye cancer make a movie before the friend goes blind. JP goes blind. Both Kizie, the girl, and Manny who had some sort of leg cancer get sicker as the movie progresses .Manny dies. At the end the movie is shown in a park. Saif Ali Khan has a brief cameo where he plays an utter jerk.

    None of the songs have subtitles. After the movie there’s a brief sequence of photos of Sushant. Once the credits start there’s nothing else to see. The movie was okay. I’m glad I didn’t pay to see it. I never got to caring for what would happen to Kizie or Manny. Something was missing. I’m not sure what, was missing but there wasn’t the connection to me.


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