Mumbai: Get ready to watch another Sanjay Dutt biopic by Ram Gopal Varma, if media reports are to be believed.
When Rajkumar Hirani’s Sanju is busy minting money at the box office crossing the Rs 300 crore mark, Ram Gopal Varma is planning another Sanjay Dutt biopic, and the tentative title is Sanju: The Real Story.
Varma’s film will focus only on his possession of the AK-56 rifle by the 59-year-old actor not like as Hirani’s film, which has been scrutinised and called an effort to whitewash Dutt’s controversial image.
RGV has already confirmed the news to media.
According to a source, RGV was disappointed with the manner it dealt with Dutt’s struggle with drugs and his brush with the law but loved the movie.
RGV’s film will explore the roots about the firearms that got him into trouble, who threatened Dutt’s family and what spurred him to acquire the rifle that got him into trouble.
RGV has started his research on the film, and has been meeting Dutt’s associates, and cops involved in his arrest and investigation.
RGV has directed Dutt in two films, Daud and Department.