Sanju Teaser Breakdown: After much anticipation, we have been finally rewarded! The teaser of Rajkumar Hirani’s Sanju starring Ranbir Kapoor is finally here, and it has just made us more eager for the film.
Without giving out too much of the story and spoiling itself, the teaser gives us a sneak peek into the controversial life of Sanjay Dutt, leaving us wanting for more.
While the teaser doesn’t really tell us much about the plot of the film, it shows us Ranbir Kapoor in various avatars of the Munna Bhai actor. For any sceptic who believed that Ranbir wouldn’t be very convincing playing the role, this teaser has definitely proved them otherwise. Not just in terms of looks, but he even copies the actor’s mannerisms down to a perfect T, looking like the splitting image of Sanjay Dutt.
Starting with a scene of Sanjay Dutt being released from Yerwada Jail, we are in disbelief. For a second, it seems as though it’s Sanjay Dutt himself coming out. It’s only when he comes close to the camera that we release its Ranbir Kapoor. What follows is almost a minute long montage of the highs and lows of Sanjay Dutt’s life. From travelling in a chartered plane to begging in order to buy a bus ticket, from living in the most lavish New York hotels with a view of the skyline to living in a jail cell without a single window. The actor perfectly describes his life in a single sentence when he says, “It’s a game of snakes and ladders.”
The teaser doesn’t give us even a single glimpse of any of the other actors in the film like Anushka Sharma, Karishma Tanna or Dia Mirza. Instead we are given the Ranbir Kapoor’s different looks from the film, each one as amazing as the last. After all, it is a film revolving around him.
Sanju is an emotional drama that is sure to touch the hearts of its audience. Just before the teaser was launched, Sanjay Dutt came live on Skype, talking about the unbelievable journey throughout the film’s making. He even expressed his shock over Ranbir’s look and joked about him becoming the next Munnabhai.
Sanju hits the theatres on June 29th.