Director: Rajkumar Hirani
Genre: Biography, Drama
Language: Hindi, English (some dialogues)
Sanju Movie Review:
The most awaited biopic and foreseen blockbuster of 2018 has already taken the Bollywood by storm. At the end of its 6th day, Sanju has already crossed 200 crore mark. The movie seems as a lottery ticket for the theaters. Almost, all the slots are booked for Sanju.
Theaters are houseful, even in the second week!
I give it 9/10 for its wonderful script and excellent acting by Ranbir Kapoor, who has literally transformed himself into Sanju Baba (Sanjay Dutt). The background score too is good; one thing that was a little disappointing was the songs–they are just okay to say the most.
The Real Hero in The Sanju Movie:
For most part in Sanju, Sunil Dutt (Sanjay Dutt’s father) is portrayed as a hero and became a thought-slayer. In fact, he truly is an ‘unsaid hero’ on the screen as well as in his real life. He was a Johnny On The Spot and supported the nation bravely during the post Babri Masjid demolition riots that rattled many parts of the country in early 1990s. Today, a very few of us have knowledge of Sunil Dutt’s contribution during that dark time of our motherland. The cinematic legend is an equally great human.
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About Direction of Sanju Movie:
The best part of the movie is it’s direction. Every scene in the movie gives you a travelling experience; travelling backwards to learn about the unknown history of a worldly known face. It creates a perfect blend of mystery, drama, effects, and timeliness.
Ranbir Kapoor is indeed the best choice to play Sanjay Dutt. After Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, Ranbir Kapoor has really given a performance of his life. Paresh Rawal, as usual steals the show. Manisha’s comeback in Bollywood after a long-time was a charm.
The not-so-smooth flow of the story became a reason to make people sit on the edge of their chairs, with same level of curiosity till the end. Sanju. One man.. Many lives is truly a fascinating character.
Reviewed by: Pooja Mishra