The biography of Sanjay Balraj Dutt, an Indian actor and producer who has such an incredible effective career. He has figured out how to make a progression of progress through his entire work. However, he confronted numerous troubles throughout his life, for example, the period that he remained in the jail. This emotional epic film demonstrates insights about his life from his hardest occasions till the productive position he has come to.
Rajkumar Hirani has made a hugely entertaining film for the audience. And for his friend Sanjay Dutt, he has given a vehicle to finally tell his version of events and say to his detractors -- bas ho gaya yaar!
Sanju is not a particularly engaging film because it stretches too long and resorts to melodrama over substance, but Bollywood also lost the opportunity to look at one of its own with a neutral lens and tell his story honestly.
The women in Sanju are as ornamental as their predecessors in Hirani's films...In its relentless quest to offer absolution, Sanju is no better or worse than many other biopics that have flooded Bollywood over the past few years.
Ultimately, the film avoids indulging too much on the movie star persona, but let's not deny our obsession with the private lives of the rich and famous. The cast in the end delivers a rare insight to their human side.