Rajkummar Hirani's Sanju is the biography of the superstar of our times, Sanjay Dutt, beginning from his journey of Bobby and ending up to his prison release. Ranbir Kapoor plays the character of Dutt with great charm, and Vicky Kaushal is mature as Kamlesh, his friend. Not one is the frame in which Hirani doesn't foil the misdeeds of his actor friend, but that sensation doesn't actually affect the storytelling.
some of the few imp scenes not had shown that makes movie a little bit low from expectation.
Sanju is a film with missing pieces, which the makers try to fill by taking you back to the Bollywood of the 70s and 80s. The old songs playing in tandem with emotional scenes are the height of the Hirani effect, despite the film having A R Rahman's oldie songs, and a remarkable pumping number "Kar Har Maidaan Fateh" sung with otherworldly energy by Sukhwinder Singh. A tearjerking second half further makes you forget about the pieces as well as the poor product placements of at least two brands. There is a lot going on between the lines. Unfortunately, they are not the parts that are missing from this ambitious biopic that reeks of conflict of interest. Nonetheless, it still is a well-crafted film that has a very high entertainment quotient as a standalone story about "a father and son". Just don't believe everything you see. TN.