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Sanjay Dutt remembers his journey from Rocky to Adheera as he celebrates 41 years in films

Actor took to Instagram and shared a photo from his debut film as he leaves a thanking note to his fans
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Our Correspondent   |   Mumbai   |   Published 08.05.22, 06:08 PM

Ever since his debut, Sanjay Dutt has always been known for his own persona and Karizma. From playing a soft chocolate boy role in his first film Rocky to playing an intense villain Adheera in KGF chapter 2, the actor's journey in cinema is very diverse and worth remembering.

Recently, the actor completed 41 years in Indian cinema, and to mark this special day he took to his social media and shared a picture of his character Rocky from his debut film as he mentioned his journey to the character of Adheera from KGF chapter 2 and wrote a thankful note in the caption saying - 

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"4 decades + 1 year is sure a lifetime of a journey! Thank you for all the love you all gave me as Rocky, then... and as Adheera, now. I hope to keep entertaining all my fans and well wishers with more to come. ❤️
#41YearsOfCinema"

Sanjay Dutt's recently release KGF chapter 2 is breaking the records at the box office and his character of a tough villain Adheera has left everyone stunned with his phenomenal performance.

Sanjay also shared a photo with his mother Nargis today on Mothers Day with an emotional caption. “Ma, you taught me all about hard work, patience, humility, kindness, forgiveness, understanding… and how to have fun along the way. Thank you will never be enough but, I’m thankful for having had you as my mother.#HappyMothersDay to mine and to all the Mothers out there.”

On the film front, Sanjay Dutt has some exciting projects coming up like Shamshera, Ghudchadi, and Prithiviraj. Apart from that, he has signed up for some more interesting projects and the official announcements are expected soon.



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