‘Sanju’, which released today on more than 53,00 thousands screen worldwide became the biggest film to release after Race 3. The movie is all set to break all other records of the history with the powerful performance of actors like Sonam Kapoor, Dia Mirza, Paresh Rawal, Vicky Kaushal, Anushka Sharma, Manisha Koirala and others. The Rajkumar Hirani directorial biopic of Sanjay Dutt has revealed many behind the curtain facts of Sanjay Dutt’s life. Except for its background score in some part of the movie, the movie seems near perfectness. The actor played their role in a very realistic way.
The biopic starts with Baba’s relationship with his father and best friend shows the struggle of the flaunt actor and his family while changing from a drug addict to a successful Bollywood actor. In first half various powerful and emotional scenes must have created empathy for Sanju and his family. Nargis Dutt role was well played by Manisha and Ricky Kaushal’s pragmatic performance have caught everyone’s eyeball in the movie. Paresh Rawal, have left no chance of criticism. But Sonam Kapoor’s role somehow left behind in giving the feel of reality.
The second half that has a starting seen of Babri Masjid demolition scene and then starts the 1993 Mumbai Blasts case which goes ahead with TADA and Arms Act case. Then the tough face of Sanjay Dutt starts where the praise-worthy performance of Ranbir can be seen. The overflowing toilet is seen in jail that was rumoured to be eliminated is still reflecting in the movie.
The movie has a great role in media which put many real facts behind the wall and creates a wrong image regarding the actor. The movie is not putting a great image of Sanjay Dutt, he was portrayed as a man with many flaws. What Rajkumar Hirani tried to put the fact that the actor was not a terrorist and that person which was created why media’s rumour.
The movie made the audience laugh and cry at the same time. The thing is obvious as Rajkumar Hirani has directed the movie. Ranbir Kapoor after Barfi seems in his real form as the role was played with same passion.