Sanju 2018

Sanju 2018

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D. N. Tripathi (Piyush Mishra), a lyricist, attempts to write a biography on Sanjay “Sanju” Dutt,

(Ranbir Kapoor), comparing him with Mahatma Gandhi. A flabbergasted Sanjay has him thrown out.

The Bombay High Court delivers its verdict regarding the 1993 Bombay bombings and sentences Dutt to

five years jail term for violating the Arms Act, 1959. His wife Manyata Dutt (Dia Mirza) approaches

Winnie Diaz, (Anushka Sharma) a London-based writer, to write Sanjay’s biography and present his

version of his life to the public. Although unwilling at first, Winnie is asked by Zubin Mistry (Jim Sarbh),

a real estate builder, to not write the biography, which intrigues her. Winnie first interviews Sanjay, and

his life is revealed in a flashback.

Sanjay’s father Sunil Dutt (Paresh Rawal) plans to launch his acting career in Bollywood with the film

Rocky (1981). Upset over his father’s controlling behaviour on set, Sanjay is encouraged by his friend

Zubin “God” Mistry to try drugs for the first time. Sanjay soon discovers that his mother Nargis

(Manisha Koirala) is suffering from cancer and is taken to New York for treatment. This incident

furthers his descent into alcoholism and drug addiction. He meets Kamlesh (Vicky Kaushal), a fan of

Nargis, in New York, and they become quick friends. Kamlesh manages to make Sanjay stay his

addiction; after learning of his girlfriend Ruby’s (Sonam Kapoor) fixed marriage due to his ongoing drug

addiction, Sanjay relapses. Kamli convinces Ruby to register marry Sanjay; upset with his intoxicated

behaviour, she leaves him. Nargis passes away three days before the release of Rocky, which takes an

emotional toll on Sanjay. Sanjay agrees to attend a rehabilitation centre in the United States, and

eventually recovers with the help of his father and Kamlesh. On returning to India, he meets with God

and beats him for selling him drugs. eventually recovers with the help of his father and Kamlesh.

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After the 1992 Babri Masjid demolition, Sanjay acquires three AK-56 rifles to ensure the protection of his father, who had by then ventured into politics, and sister, Priya Dutt. A series of bombings occur in Bombay shortly thereafter. threatening his career. Indian media labels him as a terrorist, further tarnishing his public image. Believing Sanjay to be guilty, Kamlesh severs ties with him.

In the 1990s, Sanjay turns to bodybuilding and his career in Bollywood has greatly improved. After the

1992 Babri Masjid demolition, Sanjay acquires three AK-56 rifles to ensure the protection of his father,

who had by then ventured into politics, and sister, Priya Dutt. A series of bombings occur in Bombay

shortly thereafter. threatening his career. Indian media labels him as a terrorist, further tarnishing his

public image. Believing Sanjay to be guilty, Kamlesh severs ties with him.

Shortly afterwards, his father passes away. In 2006, the Bombay High Court finds Dutt guilty under the

Possession of Arms Act, while not finding him to be a terrorist. Sanjay convinces Winnie and Kamlesh of

his innocence by blaming the media for falsely accusing him of terrorism, and is subsequently released

from prison in 2016 and is subsequently released from prison in 2016.

After his release in 1995, Sanjay appears in a string of flops  (2003), co-starring his father. Sanjay’s

performance garners him the Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role and his public image

improves, making his father proud. Shortly afterwards, his father passes away. In 2006, the Bombay

High Court finds Dutt guilty under the Possession of Arms Act, while not finding him to be a terrorist.

Sanjay convinces Winnie and Kamlesh of his innocence by blaming the media for falsely accusing him of

terrorism.  Shortly afterwards, his father passes away. In 2006, the Bombay High Court finds Dutt guilty

under the Possession of Arms Act, while not finding him to be a terrorist.

After his release in 1995, Sanjay appears in a string of flops  (2003), co-starring his father. Sanjay’s

performance garners him the Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role and his public image

improves, making his father proud. Shortly afterwards, his father passes away. In 2006, the Bombay

High Court finds Dutt guilty under the Possession of Arms Act, while not finding him to be a terrorist.

Sanjay convinces Winnie and Kamlesh of his innocence by blaming the media for falsely accusing him of

terrorism.  Shortly afterwards, his father passes away. In 2006, the Bombay High Court finds Dutt guilty

under the Possession of Arms Act, while not finding him to be a terrorist.

After his release in 1995, Sanjay appears in a string of flops  (2003), co-starring his father. Sanjay’s

performance garners him the Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role and his public image

improves, making his father proud. Shortly afterwards, his father passes away. In 2006, the Bombay

High Court finds Dutt guilty under the Possession of Arms Act, while not finding him to be a terrorist.Sanjay convinces Winnie and Kamlesh of his innocence by blaming the media for falsely accusing him of terrorism.  Shortly afterwards, his father passes away. In 2006, the Bombay High Court finds Dutt guiltyunder the Possession of Arms Act, while not finding him to be a terrorist.

High Court finds Dutt guilty under the Possession of Arms Act, while not finding him to be a terrorist.

Sanjay convinces Winnie and Kamlesh of his innocence by blaming the media for falsely accusing him of

terrorism.  Shortly afterwards, his father passes away. In 2006, the Bombay High Court finds Dutt guilty

under the Possession of Arms Act, while not finding him to be a terrorist.

Shortly afterwards, his father passes away. In 2006, the Bombay High Court finds Dutt guilty

under the Possession of Arms Act, while not finding him to be a terrorist.

After his release in 1995, Sanjay appears in a string of flops  (2003), co-starring his father. Sanjay’s

performance garners him the Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role and his public image

improves, making his father proud. Shortly afterwards, his father passes away. In 2006, the Bombay

High Court finds Dutt guilty under the Possession of Arms Act, while not finding him to be a

Shortly afterwards, his father passes away. In 2006, the Bombay High Court finds Dutt guilty

under the Possession of Arms Act, while not finding him to be a terrorist.

After his release in 1995, Sanjay appears in a string of flops  (2003), co-starring his father. Sanjay’s

performance garners him the Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role and his public image

improves, making his father proud. Shortly afterwards, his father passes away. In 2006, the Bombay

High Court finds Dutt guilty under the Possession of Arms Act, while not finding him

Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role and his public image

improves, making his father proud. Shortly afterwards, his father passes away. In 2006, the Bombay

High Court finds Dutt guilty under the Possession of Arms Act, while not finding him

 

 

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