Colourful life of Khalnayak Sanjay Dutt will be depicted on the celluloid by Rajkumar Hirani. Sanjay Dutt biopic with Ranbir Kapoor in the titular role may release in the month of June, 2018. In the movie, Anushka Sharma, Sonam Kapoor and Manisha Koirala can be seen also. Several delays with the movie have been seen also till now. However, it has been heard now that the movie has been wrapped finally.
Yet again, some issues with the movie have been noticed. Therefore, woes with the movie may not be finished. According to reports, director Rajkumar Hirani is not happy with certain portions of the movie. Therefore, reshooting for some portion may be seen.
By a source close to the movie, it has been said “Hirani wants to re-shoot some portions. There are several episodes from Dutt’s life that have not turned out the way they were planned. He is also not happy with having to gloss over Sanju’s love life.”
Some of the Dutt’s biopic has been left out of the movie due to objections from the party. Due to this reason, Rajkumar Hirani is quite unhappy. PK director Rajkumar Hirani does not want to offer a half baked movie and appear as a publicist for the Munna Bhai actor Sanjay Dutt. Source has said “It started off as a no-holds-barred honest and brutal look at Sanjay’s life. It’s not that anymore”
In the pictures from the set, Ranbir Kapoor has been looking quite similar to the Parineeta actor Sanjay Dutt. Lot of similarity has been seen especially with the look after the jail term.
During an interview, Ranbir has been said about the movie “Sanju sir has been closely attached to the film. He has come on set and has been amazingly supportive. It used to be surreal for me because I am acting like him. He used to sit in front of the monitor and see some scenes and be so happy. He’s like an overgrown child, who gives love to people…I feel like I was born to play this part. He is the only actor whose picture is on my cupboard and to play him is surreal. Getting a physical look right is easy. To get somebody’s soul right, the human being right- that’s the hard part. I hope I’ve done a good job.”