Dil Bechara is an Indian Hindi-language coming-of-age romance film. According to estimates, the film has a budget of around Rs. 25-30 crore. Besides the budget for the film itself, it will also require money for digital marketing, music, and advertisement. The makers of the movie are reportedly considering releasing it on Disney+Hotstar to reach a wider audience. However, the movie’s budget may change in the coming months, as more information will be made available about the actual cost.
The production company has reportedly sold the digital rights to Hotstar and Disney for around 50 crore rupees. This amount is said to cover the film’s direct costs. The film’s music and TV rights will likely fetch the producers more money, as well as its production budget. The film is expected to be a hit on the streaming service and will generate profit for the production company and the film’s star cast and crew.
Dil Bechara is a romantic drama film in Hindi based on the popular book by John Green. It stars Sushant Singh Rajput and debutante Sanjana Sanghi. The film was delayed due to post-production issues and the COVID-19 pandemic, but it has since been released on Disney+’s Hotstar. Rajput gave his final performance in the film before his death. The film’s budget also comes under the category of ‘Avatar’.
Dil Bechara was the last film to be made by Sushant Singh Rajput. This film was originally scheduled to be released in theatres, but due to a coronavirus issue, the movie never saw the light of day. The movie’s producers sold the rights to Disney and Hotstar for around 50 crores, and hope to make more money by selling satellite rights. They are hoping to sell satellite rights as well as streaming rights.
Dil Bechara’s hype has led to a huge response. The film was the final film of Sushant Singh Rajput, and has been received well by people. It has an 87% Rotten Tomatoes rating on IMDb and a 7.9 out of 10 score on Rotten Tomatoes. With these high ratings, it is not surprising that the film’s box office debut has already broken records.
In addition to its box office performance, Dil Bechara’s hefty budget would have allowed it to be made for under $100 million. With a production budget of Rs25-30 crore, it would have been enough to break even on its box office returns, digital rights, and music rights. The film’s star, Sushant Singh Rajput, made over Rs147 crore last year. The film’s distribution cost would have been considerably lower, but it would still have received a greater audience than it did without the covid-19 lockdown.