Mumbai: After a hiatus, macho actor Sanjay Dutt will be seen on the silver screen in his film ‘Lamhaa’ by Rahul Dholakia. The film deals with the sensitive Kashmir issue and has already run into trouble with the censor board over the usage of certain dialogues.
Sanjay Dutt, who plays an army man, talked with spicezee.com about the upcoming film.
When asked whether the film would have an impact on the current political scenario, he said, “Everyone knows that Kashmir is affected by terrorism but no one knows the story of the people of Kashmir. What happens between security and terror goes unnoticed. I remember shooting a song with about 30-40 children for ‘Salaam Zindagi’, in which I was playing cricket with the children. Those children of the Kashmir valley were enjoying it very much as they had never played the game before that. But there was so much pain in their eyes; I just prayed to god that normalcy returns in the valley.” Dutt also said that the scenic beauty of Kashmir is undoubtedly breathtaking.
Sanjay aka Munnabhai also said that he has nothing to do with number game and he doesn’t pick fights in the industry. “No, I don’t fight with anyone nor does anyone fight with me. I don’t care about the number game. I don’t want to be number one or number two. I just want to be Sanjay Dutt.”
Sanjay Dutt, whose parents Nargis and Sunil Dutt were remarkable actors, also revealed his favourite films of his parents. He felt that ‘Mother India’ is his mother’s best film and ‘Mujhe Jeene Do’ is his father’s best work. He also added that although he likes many of his films, but ‘Lage Raho Munna Bhai’ is his favourite.
He also added one should take lessons from life. When asked whether there is any wish he would like to get fulfilled, he added with a chuckle, “Yes, I want freedom….from those pending cases against me.”