Sanjay Dutt shares his jail story and encounter with Muslims while speaking about Sanju
Sanjay Dutt’s biopic is soon to be released and the fans could not rest already. After the release of Sanju’s trailer people got high hopes from the upcoming movie. It is going to be the very first biopic to be made on an actor.
The role of Sanjay Dutt Is played by Ranbir Kapoor and his first look was jaw-dropping. Recently Sanjay Dutt, on a TV show talked about his feelings on his biopic. He said that there is no one out there who could make his biopic better than Rajkumar Hirani. He is the perfect one to make the film. Rajkumar Hirani also directed Munna Bhai MBBS, which is the most reknonwed film of Sanjay Dutt.
While speaking on the show one of the person asked Sanjay Dutt to share one of his life stories. Sanjay Dutt shared two very small incidents from her life, but his words were touching.
The first incident he shared was from the time when he was a drug addict. He said,
“One day I was doing drugs and a mosquito came to suck his blood from his hand. I stared it for a while. The mosquito sucked my blood and then he wasn’t able to fly and died on my hand.”
Sanjay said that it meant that my blood had a huge amount of drugs that the mosquito couldn’t fly and died. He then gave the message to the audience especially youngsters that the kind of love and feeling of calmness which you get from your family or by fulfilling your passion cannot be found in drugs.
He then shared one of the incident from his jail. He said that they Muslims in the month of Ramzan used to get a cup of hot tea for their sehri. But those Muslims won’t drink it alone, they would wake his Hindu brother up and ask to share his hot tea, because it was rare to get that cup of tea in a jail. He further said that I learnt in jail that we are all same and share the same stories.
Sanjay’s life stories were heart touching and had a message. He said, “We are all humans and we make mistakes and I have spent my time in jail to make up for my mistakes.”
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