Sanjana Sanghi made her Bollywood debut in the film ‘Dil Bechara,’ in which she starred alongside Sushant Singh Rajput. On the one-year anniversary of the film, he shared a photo on Instagram.
Sanjana Sanghi made her Bollywood debut with Sushant Singh Rajput in the film ‘Dil Bechara,’ which was published on the OTT platform after Sushant’s death. Sanjana Sanghi’s popularity increased as a result of this film. The film was released on the OTT platform exactly a year ago on July 24, but before the release of the film, Sushant Singh Rajput had died. Remembering this day, Sanjana Sanghi has made an emotional post and remembered Sushant.
Sanjana Sanghi Posted On One Year Of ‘Dil Bechara’
On the first anniversary of the release of her film ‘Dil Bechara,’ Sanjana Sanghi shared a photo on her Instagram account. “My stress knew no boundaries a year ago today, on the eve of the release of my debut film Dil Bechara, and today marks the year ‘Dil Bechara,'” She wrote.
That is what makes being an actor such a delicate, emotional, and wonderful experience. As a youth, I was accepted the greatest pleasure and opportunity of discovering myself as an actress by portraying Indian Hazel Grace Lancaster, Kizzie Basu from the novel I read many times and soon.
Mukesh, Sushant, Rahman sir, Rucha, Setu sir, Swastika, Shashank sir, Shashwat da, Pritam da, Sahil – the opportunity to accomplish this under the supervision of all the creative talents makes it unforgettable.’ Keeping Kizhi’s core while transforming him into a new person has been one of the most unusual challenges. Each of the challenging yet rewarding trials that life has thrown at me has helped me grow as a person and an actor. ‘Have aided’ ‘Thinking of you, Sushant Singh Rajput,’ Sanjana said in her post on Sushant.
Sanjana Sanghi Career Of “Dil Bechara” Movie
Sanjana Sanghi’s smaller roles in the films ‘Rockstar,’ ‘Hindi Medium,’ and ‘Fukrey’ drew the audience’s attention. But he did as the first film lead in Sushant Singh Rajput’s ‘Dil Bechara.’ People liked Sanjana’s emotional and sensitive performance in the film.