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MANISHA KOIRALA AS NARGIS IN THE SANJAY DUTT'S BIOPIC IS PERFECT IN EVERY WAY

By Jasmeet Singh . 6th January 2018 06:40pm
MANISHA KOIRALA AS NARGIS IN THE SANJAY DUTT'S BIOPIC IS PERFECT IN EVERY WAY

Starring Ranbir Kapoor is Sanjay Dutt's biopic is one of the most awaited Bollywood films of this year. Looking back at the early life of Sanjay Dutt, it has been a roller coaster ride. With lots of controversies, the Indian actor has been through Police investigations, arrest, court trials, and imprisonment. Bringing his life story as one of the veteran actors of Bollywood on screen is definitely going to bring a new cinema experience to so many fans. Worth commendable is the casting of the movie. The filmmakers Sanjay Dutt's biopic have done a job well done in ensuring that, the casts have similarities with the real-life based characters. [caption id="attachment_26992" align="alignnone" width="3988"]Manisha koirala Nargis (left) - Manisha Koirala (right)[/caption] Besides casting Ranbir Kapoor to play Sanjay Dutt, Paresh Rawal and Manisha Koirala will be playing the parents of Sanjay - Sunil Dutt and Nargis. The most striking resemblance is Manisha Koirala and Nargis. A photo taken of Manisha looking as lovely as Nargis while on set in Cape Town was posted on a Ranbir Kapoor Instagram fan page. The photo has now gone viral. [caption id="attachment_26990" align="alignnone" width="546"]Sanjay Dutt Image Source: @Ranbirkapooruniverse[/caption] According to a leading daily, Manisha while speaking to the news agency said;  "We did a couple of tests, from when she had short hair to when she had long hair. I think we have got the look somewhere closer to how Nargis Ji looked and I am quite kicked about it. Yes, I am excited about it."  Manisha Koirala is known for movies such as Bombay, and Khamoshi. The movie Dear Maya is her come back movie after battling cancer. Being a cancer survivor, Manisha without a doubt is in the perfect position to fit into the Nargis character. Also, Ranbir Kapoor while speaking to a news agency made it clear that the Sanjay Dutt's biopic is not to portray him as a 'god' but to show his life struggles from terrorism charges to his jail term and most importantly, his will to fight even after the loss of his mother two days before the release of his debut film. Sanjay Dutt's biopic is all set to hit cinemas June 29, 2018.