New Delhi: Ranbir Kapoor is all geared up for the release of his most ambitious project 'Sanju', a biopic based on the life of superstar Sanjay Dutt. The actor will be seen in the titular role of Dutt, who has had many ups and downs in his personal and professional life. His controversial life journey will be presented in the 70 mm format before the audiences.
Talking about the film to Zee News, Ranbir revealed that 'Sanju' is his most special film and will stun the audiences. Director Rajkumar Hirani said that they showed the biopic to Sanjay Dutt a day before and he got emotional after watching it.
Besides his professional life, Ranbir is also in news for his love life. The rumour mills are abuzz these days about him dating Alia Bhatt. When asked whether such rumours affect him, he said, "I am not affected by link-up rumours with Alia Bhatt and it doesn't put any pressure on me." He refrained from saying anything further on it.
When asked whether 'Sanju 2' is also in the pipeline, Ranbir said, "if the makers decide to make it then my life is set". Further, producer Vidhu Vinod Chopra said that if the audience likes it and wants to see more then there will be 'Sanju 2, 3 and 4'.
The Kapoor lad has transformed himself so much so that it becomes hard to make any difference between the reel and the real Sanjay Dutt. Expectations are high from this one as Ranbir has put in a lot of hard work to completely transform himself into looking like the real-life Dutt.
Ranbir opened up saying that 'Sanju' is a big film for him and he hopes people like it. "If the film is good then it becomes Number 1 on its own", said Rajkumar Hirani. Although he confessed to being a little nervous ahead of the big screen release.
Ranbir said that his parents have been very happy with the way it has shaped up and his mom Neetu Singh has even prepared a guest list of who all to invite for 'Sanju' special screening. Daddy Rishi Kapoor, who is currently in Mauritius will be able to watch the film only on July 1, 2018.
The makers maintained that the entire Dutt family cooperated with them throughout the making of 'Dutt'.