Is it Time for the Veteran Movies Again?

Sanjay Dutt is back on the silver screen after a long break. He is actively taking part in promoting the film, KGF 2. His initial appearance as the ferocious Adheera, the formidable enemy, astounded his followers.

During a recent media interview, the well-known actor was asked for his thoughts on the shifting landscape of film content and audience reception. Sanjay quickly responded that, despite shifting trends, mass entertainers will always be relevant. Films featuring action stunts and heroism, he believes, will never be stereotyped. The versatile actor also believes that Bollywood should return to its roots, drawing influence from commercial melodramas like ‘Sholay’ and ‘Zanjeer’ and his films like ‘Vaastav: The Reality’ and ‘Khal Nayak.’ Sanjay believes that Bollywood producers should start making films like these classics and revive the authentic Bollywood.

When questioned about his experience working with young generation actors such as Ranbir Kapoor in his upcoming film ‘Shamshera,’ Sanjay Dutt stated that these actors are dedicated and motivated, working with them is a good experience.

Sanjay Dutt was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2020 amid the pandemic and underwent rigorous treatment in Mumbai. Months later, ‘Munna Bhai’ declared himself cancer-free. “I used to undergo chemotherapy and exercise,” Dutt explained.

He also stated that he wishes to counsel cancer patients and inform them that it is all in their heads. You will get out of it if you keep your mind strong.

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