This is one of the interesting biopics in Bollywood industry right now.
Reiterating the fact that she has a brief role in Sanju Sonam says, "It gave me a chance to work with Ranbir again after 11 years".
Sanju hurts S*x workers: Sanju, is an upcoming biopic on Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt. The film, which saw Ranbir Kapoor play the titular role of Sanjay Dutt has been garnering a positive response from all over.
Thus begin the many exaggerations and obfuscations in Hirani and Abhijat Joshi's screenplay. Meanwhile, we have come to know that the film is in a legal zone. But when it omits Dutt's failed marriages, his estranged daughter, and skips straight to his role in the 1993 Mumbai bombings, the film hurtles towards mediocrity. But Hirani makes no mention of the hundreds of telephone calls Dutt made to mafia dons. After all, he isn't a villain only because of media. Indian Express film critic, Shubhra Gupta said that Hirani is in top form with his reel characters to riff off the real characters in pursuit of the entertaining tale.
Raju Hirani is a fantastic storyteller but leaves us half-hearted with this one.
Many had reservations about the film being sympathetic in portraying Sanjay's life, and it does fall into the trap.
Siddharth Kannan, who has his own Television & Radio Show and is a voice-over artist, is all praises for Ranbir Kapoor and other casts of the film. This article is website-exclusive and can not be reproduced without permission.