Sushant Singh Rajput’s Dil Bechara has opened to an overwhelming reception from the fans and people all over the world. Sushant’s absence in the real world has indeed made everyone emotional while watching the film and people cannot stop raving about the late actor’s natural and charismatic performance. The film has opened to positive reviews from the critics as well. Directed by debutant Mukesh Chhabra and produced by Fox Star Studios, Dil Bechara featured Sanjana Sanghi as the female lead and Saif Ali Khan in a cameo appearance.

Going by the current reception on social media, it looks like Manny (Immanuel Rajkumar Junior) and Kizie Basu will stay forever in the hearts of the audience. The film has been made available to everyone at free of cost to celebrate the legacy of Sushant. Dil Bechara had music scored by A.R.Rahman who made the movie watching experience even more beautiful and magical with his soulful background score and songs. The music album of Dil Bechara consists of 9 tracks which were well received by the music lovers before the release of the film.

The fans were impressed with the freshness of the songs that were a major boost to the film. What came as a surprise was a song that all of us got to listen for the first time directly in the film. Yes, the end credits song, sung by A.R.Rahman was not part of the music album and it was an unreleased song and people got to listen to it only in the film. Having said that, one of the fans noticed this and requested Rahman (on Twitter) to release the full song soon. The fan tweeted, “@arrahman sir complete the last song of dil bechara movie ( never say goodbye ) #dilbechara #SushantSingRajput”.

Surprisingly, this tweet got the attention of the man himself who had an interesting reply. The legendary composer assured that the song will be released soon and he also felt happy about someone noticing this. He tweeted, “Will do. you noticed an unreleased song”. This tweet and Rahman’s assurance to release the song has got the fans excited. The film has already created a lot of records in terms of OTT viewership and we can expect the film to reach greater heights as a mark of respect for Sushant Singh Rajput. Check out Rahman's tweet below: