'Sanju' hits theaters today and the talented filmmaker expressed his nervousness on Twitter and wrote, "One day to go.... now it's like waiting for exam results tomorrow". It sets a new benchmark for Bollywood biopics.
Those of you who have seen the trailer will know it. Sanjay Dutt (Ranbir) says that he had sexual encounters with as many as 308 women, excluding prostitutes. Recently, in an interview with Times of India, Aditi Seiya was all praises for Ranbir's acting skills and said she has "become his fan" after working with him.
Thus begin the many exaggerations and obfuscations in Hirani and Abhijat Joshi's screenplay.
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Until this point, "Sanju" is believable, if not completely honest. Her role in the film is completely fictional. Tell us in comments below. Rawal's experience in politics helps him immensely on this account. The villain is the media, which Hirani blames for all of his hero's ills.
Raju Hirani is a fantastic storyteller but leaves us half-hearted with this one.
Sonam Kapoor warns that she doesn't have much of a role in Rajkumar Hirani's Sanju. Ranbir Kapoor is nothing short of brilliant in the film, but Vicky Kaushal nearly steals the spotlight with a superb performance as Kamlesh.
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Manisha Koirala:She plays Sanjay Dutt's ailing mother and actor Nargis.
Many had reservations about the film being sympathetic in portraying Sanjay's life, and it does fall into the trap. This article is website-exclusive and can not be reproduced without permission.
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