Ranbir Kapoor's Sanju
The much-awaited movie Sanju based on the life of Sanjay Dutt is all set to hit the box office this Friday. Here are some of the facts you would love to be aware of.
Sanjay Dutt would turn 60 this year and his life would be unfolded on screen through the movie directed by Rajkumar Hirani. Ranbir Kapoor is found in the lead role very well playing the angular Sanjay Dutt. However, the actor has managed to imitate the legendary Sanjay Dutt’s mannerism, looks, and gait.
There is a wide range of questions that are to be answered after the release of the movie. While there are a lot of interesting facts that the team has announced prior to the launch.
Not a Biopic
The movie has been sold as a biopic, howbeit Hirani has been at pains to bring out the father and son relationship through the film. “People know the stories. Sanju’s life has been written about so much. What I found the most fascinating was the father-son story happening in that household. This is something people don’t know. We’ve not glorified him. We’ve gone out and said everything as is, and then it’s up to you to judge him,” — said the director Rajkumar Hirani in an interview.
Romance not a Prime Factor
Hirani did not wish to make the movie a gossip, therefore he did not add any of the rumored affairs of Sanjay Dutt. In an interview, the director said- “We keep saying wrong choices make good stories and Sanju is the classic example.”
The Film packs a dual Impact
The Munna Bhai MBBS series released in the year 2003 is the core of the Movie, as it was a turning point in the life of Sanjay Dutt. “In the film, that was the relationship we have shown, where Dutt Saab loved his son to death but never had a friendly equation with Sanjay. He (Sanjay) was close to his mother, and though he loved and respected his father, he never opened up (to him) until a certain point. There was a complexity in the relationship but there was a bonding… I won’t unveil more as one should watch the film for that,” — said Paresh Rawal while talking about the father-son relationship.