Sex workers complain about Ranbir Kapoor's movie

Sex workers complain about Ranbir Kapoor's movie

Raj Kumar Hirani is the director and he produced the movie along with Vidhu Vindodh Chopra. She is dressed up in her best even while visiting him in the jail and sheds a tear or two while listening to his saga. Both the actors were playing their respective characters, Anushka being a biographer and Ranbir playing Sanju.

On Wednesday, The National Commission for Women received a complaint against Bollywood star Ranbir Kapoor who is playing the role of Sanjay Dutt, in the upcoming movie Sanju, for allegedly making derogatory remarks against s*x workers in the film, the Commission chairperson said today.

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Apart from Ranbir, Vicky Kaushal's performance is also being praised a lot for his performance in the film. He makes regular appearances in his life, mirroring the wrong doings and tries to correct him.

The movie Sanju can be labelled as a?reconstruction of some Sanjay Dutt's life events' but surely not a biopic. Recently, real Sanjay Dutt went on to share his journey by posting the posters of his films and the years they completed through his social media post. After all, he isn't a villain only because of media. In the first half, we see the actor in a drug-addled haze, escaping from rehab, ruining his career and relationships before his father Sunil Dutt (Paresh Rawal) and friend Kamlesh (Vicky Kaushal) come to his rescue.

Raju Hirani is a fantastic storyteller but leaves us half-hearted with this one.

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