Sonam Kapoor says Sanjay Dutt is one man who lived many lives, as Sanju turns 3

Sonam Kapoor says Sanjay Dutt is one man who lived many lives, as Sanju turns 3

Sonam Kapoor celebrated the third anniversary of Sanju, Sanjay Dutt’s biopic, on Instagram. Directed by Rajkumar Hirani, Ranbir Kapoor played the titular role in the film, while Sonam played his former love interest.

Sanjay Dutt’s biopic Sanju, directed by Rajkumar Hirani, clocked in three years of its release today, June 29. Ranbir Kapoor played the titular role in the hit film. Sanju also starred Anushka Sharma, Sonam Kapoor, Dia Mirza, Vicky Kaushal, Paresh Rawal and Manisha Koirala, among others. On the film’s third anniversary, Sonam shared a special post on Instagram.


Sonam Kapoor, who celebrated her 36th birthday earlier this month on June 9, took to Instagram to celebrate Sanju’s milestone. She played the role of Sanjay Dutt’s former love interest in the film. Taking to Instagram, she marked the film’s third anniversary.

Sharing a behind-the-scene photo with co-star Ranbir Kapoor and director Rajkumar Hirani, Sonam wrote, “What an incredible experience it was to be a part of this film. Truly, one man that lived many lives (sic).” The photo also featured the poster of Sanju.

While we are on Sanju, did you know Aamir Khan was approached to play Sunil Dutt in the film, but the actor refused to do it? The role then went to Paresh Rawal.


Arjun Kapoor celebrated his birthday on June 26. He received the sweetest wish from his girlfriend Malaika Arora. Sonam also posted an adorable post for him on the occasion. Wishing him a happy birthday, she shared a bunch of their pictures and wrote, “My dearest Arjun. Happy happy birthday! I’m so proud to see you become the kind, selfless and most caring man I know. Here’s to more happy memories and happier times with you (sic).”

On the work front, Sonam will be seen next in Shome Makhija’s Blind. The crime thriller also stars Vinay Pathak, Purab Kohli and Lillete Dubey in important roles. Blind is the Hindi remake of a Korean film of the same name.

News source: INDIA TODAY

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