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07-22-2009, 12:44 PM #1
Sanjay’s birthday wish is for a baby!
Sanjay Dutt, who turns 50 on July 29, is looking better than he has in recent years — the actor admits that he’s even feeling better these days.
And with six releases lined up in the next six months — kickstarting with the Soham Shah-directed Luck that releases on July 24 — Dutt admits that work couldn’t have been more exciting.
Produced by Dhilin Mehta under his banner Shree Ashtavinayak Cinevision Ltd, Luck is a hardcore action adventure that boasts of some death-defying and high octane stunts. The film that also stars Imran Khan, Mithun Chakraborthy, Ravi Kissen, Chitrashi Rawat, Danny Denzongpa and marks the debut of Shruti Haasan, has the deadly Dutt doing what he does best — action!
“Yes, it was exciting doing those action sequences. I think Soham’s really pushed the envelope of this genre,” says Dutt. Unfazed by the younger crop of actors entering the industry, Dutt says, “It’s good to see such talent on this big a scale.” Point out to the actor that he’s still giving the younger actors a run for their money, and he laughs it off. “You have to accept your age gracefully and admit that you can’t be doing the same stuff that you did a decade back. But I am glad I am getting roles that suit me.”
With a mixed fare on his filmi platter from a fantasy thriller to a comedy and from drama to action, Dutt’s on a professional high. A firm believer in luck and destiny himself, the star reveals that he feels blessed to be where he is today. “This is one of the best phases in my life. I have my work, I have my family, friends, well-wishers and I have Maana. I feel lucky in life!” he says without any trace of bitterness as he looks back.
Rubbishing reports of any tiff with his sisters, Dutt complains, “I don’t see why I should be seen dining every weekend with them just to prove that everything is fine between us. We are all family and will always stand by each other at the end of the day.”
And what about starting his own family? “I would love to. I missed out a lot of joys of fatherhood during Trishala’s time, I want to make up for all that lost time.” So is that his birthday wish? “No, my only birthday wish is that I want to be a free man. I have put it all behind me, but I still do get nightmares. Waking up next to a loved one helps, but I still wnat my freedom back,” he signs off.
07-22-2009, 12:54 PM #2
07-22-2009, 01:48 PM #3
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