Bollywood’s most handsome star Ranbir Kapoor is portraying Sanjay Dutt in ‘Sanju’ which has impressed the audience extremely. Ranbir has confessed that he wants the veteran actor Sanjay Dutt to like him and his work in the movie.
Sanju’s trailer was released yesterday.
Ranbir Kapoor attended a press conference on Wednesday in the trailer launch of the film with the superb star- cast, Paresh Rawal, Vidhu Vinod Chopra, Manisha Koirala, Sonam Kapoor, Dia Mirza along with director Rajkumar Hirani. Ranbir and Vicky Kaushal shared their opinions on the soon-to-be-released venture.
Ranbir says, “I know I never can be the man he is, but in whichever way that I go about in my career as a person and even through this film, I really want Sanju sir to like me because I feel that he is man that I respect a lot and I really look up to. I hope that he feels that I have represented his life in a very honest and improved way.”
The movie’s trailer throws light on the different phases and challenges faced by Sanjay in his whole life that comprises drug battle, various relationships and legal concerns.
What does Ranbir have to say about the trailer? “We have worked on this film for two years. Through the trailer, we tried and represented the best version of it as we can to excite the audience,” he said. “I always had belief in film, script and in Rajkumar Hirani’s vision so it’s way bigger than a trailer for me. The trailer is just short window of what’s going to come in the film.”
Did the difficult and emotionally turbulent role of Sanjay Dutt affect Ranbir Kapoor personally? To this, the 'Rockstar' said, “I was very excited to play this part. So, it doesn’t bother you that much. But when I was acting, I was really imagining what he must be going through because I am just acting in the film putting make-up on and stuff. So just thinking about what Sanju sir must be going through was such an inspiration for me that the film was fairly easy. And also to have an incredible cast and Rajkumar Hirani around me… everything was smooth sailing.”