Sanjay Dutt reportedly requests makers to launch trailer of his biopic on release date of his debut film Rocky
The trailer of Sanjay Dutt's biopic, directed by Rajkumar Hirani, might be unveiled on 8 May; a month and half prior to the film's release on 29 June.
The Rajkumar Hirani directorial, Sanjay Dutt biopic, is probably one of the most awaited films of 2018. Though a late June release date for the film has already been made official, the trailer release date is yet to be declared.
DNA reports that since 8 May was the day in 1981 when Sanjay's debut film Rocky released, the actor has thus requested for a 8 May release for the trailer.
Rocky was directed by his late father Sunil Dutt and right before five days of the release, on 3 May, the actor lost his mother, Nargis. It is also said that the father and son had kept a vacant seat in the theatre in the memory of Nargis.
In the film, Ranbir Kapoor plays Sanjay, Manisha Koirala will be seen playing Nargis and Paresh Rawal will be seen as Sunil Dutt. The film has a huge army of actors from across the industry. From Anushka Sharma to Sonam Kapoor, there will be a number of small yet important roles in the film that revolve around the central character. While Anushka reportedly plays a journalist, Dia Mirza will be seen as Sanjay's current wife Maanyata Dutt. TV actress.
Dutt biopic also stars Karishma Tanna, Vicky Kaushal and Jim Sarbh. It is co-produced by Hirani, Vidhu Vinod Chorpa and Fox Star Studios. It is slated to release on 29 June.
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