sanju movie review
(Last Updated On: July 21, 2018)

Sanju Movie review:

Sanju Movie review: Who would have thought Sanjay Dutt’s story play better than him, yaa I talking about Ranveer Kapoor is fifty shades of awesome in this film. What makes us film in must watches there is a humor, heart, and face behind of this film is Rajkumar Hirani whose directed 3 idiots.

Let’s talk about this film story, the main focusing in this film there is 3 person first Paresh Rawal played Sunil Dutt role, Ranbir Kapoor as Sanjay Dutt and Vicky Kaushal who plays Sanjay Dutt’s friend in the film.

The much-awaited Rajkumar Hirani flick Sanju is out. Based on film star Sanjay Duty’s tumultuous life, Sanju movie is impressive not as a biopic but for portraying a well-protected young boy, who, when confronted with the normal challenges of life give in to drugs and a rash lifestyle full of intoxication, girls, and irreverence towards human relationships.

Director: Rajkumar Hirani

Writers: Rajkumar HiraniAbhijat Joshi

Cast: Ranbir Kapoor, Sonam Kapoor, Anushka Sharma, Vicky Kaushal, Paresh Rawal, Dia Mirza, Manisha Koirala,

Rating: 4.5 Stars out of 5

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It’s more of a story about a rich, pampered and protected the boy’s coming of age who feels burdened with the expectations from him especially when he has as prestigious and well-reputed parents as Nargis and Sunil Dutt.

And it’s not only Ranbir Kapoor who has really worked hard in portraying Sanjay Dutt, every character in the film has been carefully drawn and every actor has done an admirable job.

It is a typical characteristic of Rajkumar Hirani’s cinema that it moves you beyond the obvious plot of his films. It’s brilliantly done in Sanju which reflects Hirani’s maturity as a filmmaker.

There are some characters who seem to be fictional and created to make the story tighter and more impactful.

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In his fifth film in 10 years and a half, Rajkumar Hirani conveys all his demonstrated narrating abilities to endure upon his fictionalized yet totally reasonable investigation of the genuine enterprises of Sanjay Dutt, who turned into a medication someone who is addicted even before his first film hit the screen in the mid 1980s and, 10 years and somewhat later, borrowed a major legitimate gap for himself and his family inferable from his less than ideal connections with black market components in the period after the 1992-1993 Mumbai riots and resulting Mumbai serial bomb impacts.