What people look forward to in ‘Sanju’-the movie:
1. Ranbir Kapoor transformation as Sanjay Dutt, which is too good to be true.
2. Story Line
3. Anushka Sharma

The first thing that you’d say, if someone asks you “How was the film” is ‘Good’, no doubt it is a good film, but it hides more than it actually shows.

So while the film gets accolades for the acting of Ranbir Kapoor (portraying the role of Sanday Dutt) he does an excellent job – the story on the whole isn’t very impressive, there’s nothing new shown that we already didn’t know. Yes, it does show struggle (with the death of his mother) pressure (with a parent’s expectation) and heavy dependency on drugs, the main protagonist in the film, Sanjay Dutt is SURELY the glorified version of his life story. I don’t really know his real story, but then Bollywood is known for taking a story and turning it around, making it sound as an inspirational movie of get people talking about it, making the movie’s popularity grow and of course rake the moolah in (which surely this movie will makes tons of)

While everyone talks about Sanjay’s friend Vicky Kaushal (as his best friend Kamlesh) Manisha Koirala (as his mother Nargis) and Paresh Raval (as his father Sunil Dutt) roles & acting skills, which were very good-no doubts about it, I’m gonna take you away a bit to Anushka Sharma.anushka

How refreshing was her avatar? Oh my Lanta! She looked as hot a.f, the curly hair, the blue eyes..and of course she is a naturally on-screen good looker, it was a pity that she just had a very small role in the film, I would have loved to see her more in the film – definitely!

A good film to watch definitely – but only once. You don’t want a story like that to play with your head too much. Watch Sanju for the awesome acting skills of Ranbir Kapoor and if you’re a fan of Sanjay Dutt.
I think we’re all intelligent to understand that it is just a movie, and with a bollywood movie that’s promises to be a biopic – a lot of information isn’t really told or shown – after all, how much can you fit into 3 hours of viewing time?
Don’t believe everything you see – is my personal advice. Go watch it for the entertainment purpose only.

This isn’t a family kind of film, I was surprised when I saw families come in together. I was like – Really!? for this film? Go with a friend or your dad or alone but this surely ain’t a family film. No ways!

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