Dil Bechara song Taare Ginn: Kizie, Manny’s mellow romance touches fan’s hearts

15 July, 2020 | Ojasvi Chauhan

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Sony Music India has uploaded a song from the movie Dil Bechara named 'Taare Ginn'. People seem to like the song very much but there is a bittersweet feeling about their reviews as they also feel f...

Sony Music Company has just released a song of the movie Dil Bechara titled ‘Taare Ginn’. The movie is set to be released on OTT platform Disney+ Hotstar on July 24 for both subscribers and non-subscribers. The song was warmly received by fans hyped for the film’s release. The song also got an overwhelming number of likes on YouTube.

The trailer of the movie had come out not so long ago, which received similar praise. The film will come out on Disney+ Hiotstar owned by Disney. It was earlier planned to release it in the theatres but the ongoing coronavirus outbreak has rendered it impossible. The movie is technically a remake of the Hollywood movie ‘The Fault in Our Stars’, which is based on a book with the same name written by John Green.

In the song, Manny is seen as picking up Kizie from her home and taking her out for a dance at a prom where they both dance joyfully. Later, Manny lightheartedly puts on Kizie’s nasal cannula when it hangs down from her face. People wrote on Twitter how much they liked the song, with many of them mourning over the death of Sushant Singh Rajput.

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‌It is the last movie by late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, who will be playing one of the two lead roles, with Sanjana Sanghi playing the other. The song is sung by Mohit Chauhan and Shreya Ghoshal with A.R. Rahman as the composer. The movie is directed by Mukesh Chhabra, who also happens to be the dialogue writer.

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