Sanju new poster starring Sonam and Ranbir is a look at Sanjay Dutt’s romantic life

After impressing us with the character posters of Ranbir Kapoor showcasing Sanjay Dutt’s journey from a superstar to a prisoner, the makers of Sanju have now released a new poster of the film featuring RK and Sonam Kapoor. The new still takes us back to Sanjay Dutt’s debut film Rocky of 1981 and his crackling chemistry with his co-star Tina Munim.

Filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani has introduced one important character and now will unveil one character daily through posters on his official Twitter account. As per him, the still perfectly describes the crazy romantic love life of Sanjay Dutt with his love interest.

Known for delivering blockbusters like 3 Idiots, PK and the Munnabhai series, director Rajkumar Hirani has showcased Sanjay Dutt’s entire journey through six different stages.

He said, “It is not possible to show a 55-year-old journey in two or two-and-a-half-hours. We had to let go of certain parts.”

Apart from Ranbir, the film features the ensemble cast comprising of Anushka Sharma, Paresh Rawal, Manisha Koirala, Jim Sarbh, Vicky Kaushal, Boman Irani, Dia Mirza and Karishma Tanna.

During the teaser launch, Ranbir was asked, out of the six chapters of Sanjay’s life, which one was difficult to portray. “The difficult one which I did not expect was the young Sanju because there were a lot of facets that we had to show. First, the drugs then coming out of it, then his mother’s death and the most fun was Munna Bhai phase. I enjoyed doing it,” said Ranbir.

Sanju will hit the screens on June 29.

by Admin | Fri, May 25 - 03:54 PM

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