5 things Ranbir Kapoor should do work on before doing the Sanjay Dutt biopic!

Ranbir Kapoor is all set to relive Sanjay Dutt‘s life on 70 mm in Rajkumar Hirani’s upcoming biopic. Raj Kumar Hirani is trying to keep things as real as possible and we were least surprised to see the ace filmmaker decided to kick start the movie’s filming outside the Yerwada prison in Pune today as Sanjay Dutt walked out a free man. And from what we hear that will be the opening shot of the movie. Of course then on wards we will see Ranbir take over the Dutt’s role and enact scenes out of his real life on reel. Now we bet that will not be an easy character to play.

Like filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt has pointed out time and again there is something very restless and childlike about Sanju, who has a big BAD BOY image, but somehow manages to come across as a vulnerable person. His life has been the kind of stuff movies are made off and no wonder the 3 Idiots filmmaker who has worked closely with Dutt in the past and delivered hits wants to make a movie on the actor himself.

While we are sure that there are nuances that Munna Bhai director has already picked up.

Well, we are sure fans of Kapoor Jr will be upset considering that he’s one of most talented heroes in B-town. But hey, it’s not easy to play industry’s most loved and controversial star on screen. Here are 5 things about Sanjay Dutt that Ranbir has to get absolutely right to win his die hard fans… 674917 

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