Mumbai, January 31 (CINEWS): Sanjay Dutt will be discharged from prison on 25 February and soon, the performing artist will be back in real life. While Sanjay is liable to be found in various motion pictures after his discharge, he likewise has arrangements to create a film that will be founded on one of his correctional facility prisoners’ life, says an announcement.
“Sanjay is companions with the vast majority of his cell mates and when he heard the account of this specific prisoner, it touched him to the center and he quickly chose to make a film on it. The concerned prisoner is behind the bars taking after a family question and a noteworthy part of the film will be of him inside jail,” in a press proclamation.
Be that as it may, Sanjay is yet to choose the cast and chief for his up and coming generation wander, which he will take up after he comes back to Mumbai. “He is unquestionably not co-composing this one but rather will be effectively included with the scripting and creation. The film will roll this year itself,” said a source.
In the interim, Rajkumar Hirani is preparing to make a biopic on the life of Sanjay. Ranbir Kapoor will allegedly assume the lead part. In any case, the film’s finished cast has not been affirmed.
Sanjay is as of now serving his sentence at Yerawada Correctional facility and his jail term has been lessened inferable from his great behavior. The performing artist was sentenced for 60 months, of which he has effectively finished 50 months. The “Munna Bhai” on-screen character was sentenced for unlawful ownership of a 9 mm gun and an AK-56 rifle amid the 1993 Mumbai impacts.