The Most awaited, Umesh Shukla’s flick, starring Sanjay Dutt!

“He committed a mistake and paid for that. Now is his rebirth and we are with him,” these are the lines told by the filmmaker, Vidhu Vinod Chopra for the superstar Sanjay Dutt.

Sanjay, who is serving the remainder of his five-year sentence in Pune’s Yerwada Central Jail in a case of possessing an illegal weapon, will be released on February 25. Not only the family and fans, but also the filmmakers are also eagerly waiting for the Sanjay to release from the jail.

National Award-winning director Umesh Shukla is one of them. Umesh Shukla, the director of OMG–Oh My God, who wants the actor to play the lead in his next film. Confirming this Shukla, who is presently busy with the Abhishek Bachchan-Asin-Rishi Kapoor family drama, All Is Well, reveals that he had the idea for the film for the past six months and Sanjay has already expressed interest in the script, which is high on entertainment and has a good message.

The Most awaited, Umesh Shukla’s flick starring Sanjay Dutt!

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Umesh Shukla is looking forward to it as he has the perfect script for the “Munna Bhai M.B.B.S.” star. He told IANS- “Let’s see. Sanjay liked my subject. We will get to know the status of the film once he returns home. First of all, he needs to be with his family. That’s his priority. As far as the film is concerned, he certainly liked my script, which I narrated to him last year. The script suits him the best. Its content-oriented subject. No other actor has been finalized. First, we will lock his dates, then we will talk to others.”

Umesh Shukla is now busy with his next directional “102 Not Out“, starring Amitabh Bachchan and Paresh Rawal. After completing this is will begin with the next project with Sanjay. He revealed that the movie is much sync with his style that was seen in “OMG: Oh My God!“ “entertainment with a good message”.

Umesh said he would like to shoot films in Vietnam someday. The director was in the South-Asian nation in the inaugural Indian Film Festival Vietnam last month. The event hoped to bridge the gap between the entertainment industries of both countries. “I met lots of directors and actors there. I stressed on the fact that just exploring locations is not enough. We need to understand each other’s culture as well. That way, we will be able to work better. I would love to shoot there; it’s a beautiful country with very nice people.



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