Mumbai: Ranbir Kapoor starrer "Sanju" trailer was unveiled at a grand event held today. Sanju, a film based on the colourful life of Sanjay Dutt, had the actor inundated with multiple calls and messages from his close friends and family soon after the release of Sanju trailer.
While the trailer gave us some insight into the roles played by some of the stars, there was a lot of confusion regarding Anushka's role.
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The film also features Dia Mirza, Sonam Kapoor, Anushka Sharma, Manisha Koirala, Jim Sarbh and Vicky Kaushal in key roles and is slated to release on June 29, 2018.
"To showcase a biopic like this, you have to compress few parts into one". We managed to get some information about Anushka's character from the director, Rajkumar Hirani, himself. She is playing a biographer from London who comes here and Sanju wants her to write a book on him but she's reluctant. "But I loved the way Ranbir has portrayed him", she told Mid-Day. The trailer begins with the younger days of Sanjay Dutt, when Sanju - his onscreen character - opens up about his drug addiction, his affairs and also makes a reference to an alleged connection with the underworld and the media speculation surrounding it. "So basically she is us, but not as a filmmaker.as a biographer", Hirani said according to IANS.
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Along with Kapoor and his performance, the tumultuous life of Sanjay Dutt and various controversies associated to the actor seems to have caught the serious attention of viewers.
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