The post-production work might have been difficult to wrap up for 'Policegiri' with its cop, Sanjay Dutt, who has multiple projects to finish before his imminent incarceration. But the way our Munnabhai planned his schedule everything will go as planned.
With limited time left Sanjay Dutt is trying to make use of each and every moment he has. To keep up with his promises, Dutt is working on double shifts for Rahul Aggarwal's film 'Policegiri'. Sanjay Dutt after working hard whole day to shoot for Policegiri has started dubbing for his cop role in the film at night.
Bollywood action hero, Sanjay Dutt is shooting with a calm heart and like a pure professional. He is not using any duplicate and doing fantastic action. But with back-to-back shooting schedules to keep his commitments it looks like Superstar Sanjay Dutt will get very limited amount of time to spend with his family.
The actor is running against the time to finish his projects "He is intended to finish Policegiri soon so that he can start with his other movies too. To save time he started dubbing for the film after we are dont with the shoot. Sanju is one of the most proficient people I have ever met." says Rahul Aggarwal.
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Sanjay Dutt is reaping benefits of his father/parent's goodness... Sunil Dutt was a gentle and kind man... It is his image that Sanjay Dutt keeps hiding behind... Sajay Dutt has been a drug addict, he has held wrong company and he has committed a wrong deed for which he has been served a sentence... And we will still keep projecting him as a national hero, or more aptly, a national victim... Sick!
So what? so what? stop projecting him as a Hero, because he is far far far frm being one.
And he is not doing all that work for free. duhh
can you guys pls stop writing articles on him, you are wasting the space.
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