Sanjay Dutt’s Take On Working In Different Language Films Is Inspiring, Here’s What He Has To Say

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Sanjay Dutt’s Take On Working In Different Language Films Is Inspiring, Here’s What He Has To Say
Sanjay Dutt’s Take On Working In Different Language Films Is Inspiring, Here’s What He Has To Say

Sanjay Dutt is a remarkable actor who has made an impactful appearance in numerous movies and given the audience various memorable characters on-screen. The actor is all set to make his debut in the south Indian film industry with KGF2 which will be a Pan-India film and will see Sanjay Dutt play the role of the antagonist.

Since it’s the actor’s first time making an appearance in a film in a different territory, the actor recently opened up about how he deals with the various hurdles that come in the way. The actor believes that language or boundaries are never a barrier for an artist and there is a lot to explore, and the more one learns, the more one grows.

Sanjay Dutt says he has always loved Hindi Cinema but as an actor, there is more than just one platform. He believes that he should not restrict himself to one genre or language as there is such beautiful content coming from our regional languages and different platforms.

The actor is happy to be acting in a film made in another language. He says it was a little tough, but he enjoyed the process. In fact, the challenge is what made it all the more exciting for him. The actor felt like a kid learning something new on the sets of the film.

Apart from KGF Chapter 2, Sanjay Dutt is going to be providing his audience with an array of awe-striking films as he has a busy-as-a-bee year set for him with four other big-banner films namely Shamshera, Bhuj: The Pride of India, Torbaaz and Sadak 2.

Other than his current projects, the actor will also be working towards creating qualitative content for his home production- Sanjay Dutt Productions.


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