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Play “macho” roles Ranbir kapoor: Sanjay Dutt


Sanjay Dutt, renowned actor of the 80’s era has allegedly thinks that Ranbir Kapoor is a softie and should show more "macho" protagonists.

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The 80’s era actor has apparently said that modern eras actor’s should play more "macho" roles than as a softie. Pointing out to Ranbir Kapoor in a party, Kantay actor Sanjay Dutt said that he desired to produce a film showcasing the younger actor, which he would title 'Laddoo' and will take Ranbir kapoor as a leading star. After that when Ranbir asked him to intricate, Sanjay Dutt said he would then make films titled 'Imarti, Jalebi and then Peda,' showcasing him.

Sanjay Dutt, 57, came home after concluding a jail period in February 2016. He recently watched Ranbir's film Barfi! Directed by Anurag Basu, in which Ranbir plays a earshot and speech reduced man. Sanjay, known for his alpha male roles in films like Vaastav, allegedly thinks that Ranbir, 34, should in its place "hold guns" and do more "macho roles.


"You must be a masculine man. Act in macho films. You can't be doing films like Barfi all the time! You should be crofting guns and doing some action movies. Do you think film actors like me; Salman (Khan) and Ajay (Devgn) can remain popular among the crowds online even offline, if we had not played the macho eccentrics on screen? You have no connection with the crowds and that is very important to have connections with our fans," Sanjay Dutt reportedly told poor Ranbir Kapoor, reports DNA.

Although Ranbir seemingly did not reacted to Sanjay Dutt's preaching and his wife Maanyata arbitrated before things got out of hand, according to DNA. Meanwhile, 80’s actor has not given any real advice to Ranbir on how to showcase his role in the Hirani’s film. He told news agency PTI: "There is no exercise or instructions that I have given to Ranbir. I am not giving him any drill for the film. Raju is there. So, he will take care of all things in a proper way." The director had acclaimed Ranbir too and said: "He is a bizarre actor and no need to worry about him and his future as it was bright.”

Sanjay Dutt's biographical film will document the actor's growth to prominence and succeeding fall from elegance after he was sentenced and condemned to jail in link with the 1993 Mumbai Blasts. Sanjay Dutt finished his sentence (exclaimed with many bail terms) on February 25, 2016. Earlier going to jail in 2013, the actor finished films like Ungli, Policegiri and Aamir Khan's PK, all of which released while he was inside. Now, the actor is occupied on his retaliation film Bhoomi, absorbed by National Award-winner Omung Kumar.

Meanwhile, Ranbir Kapoor was last seen in Karan Johar's Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, which was hit as any other actor been gazing for. Ranbir beforehand brought three successive turkeys - Besharam, Roy and Bombay Velvet. 2015's Tamasha, with earlier girlfriend Deepika Padukone, did garbed business at the box office and KJo's film, co-starring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Anushka Sharma, gotten the numbers he seriously needed.

Ranbir Kapoor's next film is Jagga Jasoos, directed by Anurag Basu. The film will be seen on box office on April 7, sponsored by Picture Shuru Productions, co-owned by Anurag and Ranbir. The detective dreamed also stars Katrina Kaif.

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