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Kriti Sanon pens down emotional note after watching Sushant Singh Rajput's Dil Bechara  Sushant Singh Rajput
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Kriti Sanon pens down emotional note after watching Sushant Singh Rajput's Dil Bechara 

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 26 Jul 2020, 08:48 pm

Mumbai: It has been two days since Sushant Singh Rajput's Dil Bechara released on streaming platform and like many of his emotional fans, co-star Kriti Sanon too was grieved seeing the film and penned down as emotional note remembering him.

" Its not Seri! And it will never sink in..This broke my heart..again..???????? In Manny, i saw YOU come alive in so so many moments," Kriti, who acted with Sushant in Raabta, worte in her note.

"I knew exactly where you had put in a bit of yourself in the character..And as always, your most magical bits were your silences.. those bits where you said nothing and yet u said so much!" she said.

Kriti also wished director Mukesh Chhabra and female lead Sanjana Sanghi for their Bollywood journey ahead.

"@castingchhabra I know this film will always mean a lot more to you than what we had thought.. you made us feel too many emotions in your first! Wish you and @sanjanasanghi96 a beautiful journey ahead!" the gorgeous actress posted.

Interestingly, in the movie Dil Bechara, which premiered on Friday, Sushant’s character Manny and Sanjana Sanghi’s Kizie use the word ‘seri’ to confirm to each other that all’s okay.

The movie will remain the last one where Sushant worked.

The actor died last month.

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