- She shared a pic with Sushant Singh Rajput
- “Yakeen nahi hota,” wrote Sanjana Sanghi
- “It’s laughter. It’s joy,” she added
Actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s last film Dil Bechara released exactly a week ago, prompting actress Sanjana Sanghi to share one of her many cherished memories with her co-star from the film’s sets on Instagram. Sanjana started a #FavouriteMomentsFromSet” series on Instagram as a tribute to Sushant, who died on June 14 and her new post is another entry into the Instagram series. In the photo, Sanjana and Sushant, who were cast as lovers Kizie and Manny in the film, can be seen enjoying a bike ride on the busy streets of Jamshedpur. “Manny, Kizie aur Dil Bechara fever ka ek hafta aaj complete bhi ho gaya hai. Yakeen nahi hota,” wrote Sanjana Sanghi.
Sharing the many emotions and memories attached to the photo, Sanjana added: “This image? It’s the joy of us creating Taare Gin with the love and support of the people of Jamshedpur right behind us. It’s laughter. It’s joy.” Taare Gin is one of the many songs of Dil Bechara, that will make you fall in love. Award-winning music maestro AR Rahman has composed music for the film.
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Earlier this week, Sanjana Sanghi shared a priceless throwback from the film’s sets, writing about Sushant’s power nap sessions during late night shoots. “4:30AM: Manny takes a power nap during a night shoot for Taare Gin, as Kizie lends her shoulder, lost in thought as she always was.”
On the day of Dil Bechara‘s release, Sanjana remembered Sushant with these words: “My Manny, I hope you’re looking over us, blessing us, and smiling upon us as we are, looking up at you, searching for you, in equal parts awe and disbelief.”
My Manny, I hope you’re looking over us, blessing us, and smiling upon us as we are, looking up at you, searching for you, in equal parts awe and disbelief. As @castingchhabra so correctly said, how could both our debut films ever be his last? Life is just so not fair. Thank you for giving us the strength in ways known and unknown to somehow brave through this incredibly tough path. We can feel the strength every minute. It’s the only silver lining amidst so many dark clouds. The day apparently has come. It’s #DilBecharaDay Here’s praying for peace, positivity and calm to each and everyone. Milte hain. Jald. @roo_cha thank you, for everything.
Dil Bechara marked Sanjana Sanghi’s first film in a lead role and casting director Mukesh Chhabra’s directorial debut. Dil Bechara is the film adaptation of John Green’s romantic novel The Fault In Our Stars.