New Delhi: Ranbir Kapoor-starrer Sanju, a biopic on Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt, is making and breaking records at the box-office.
While many are appreciating the Rajkumar Hirani-directed film, a large section of the audiences and critics are disappointed as several aspects of Sanjay Dutt's life have remained untouched in the movie.
There are some who are even calling Sanju a 'propaganda' film to improve Sanjay Dutt's image.
Well, now Sanjay Dutt has finally broken his silence on the allegations of Sanju being an attempt to whitewash his image. He has said that nobody will spend Rs 30-40 crore and make a film to change his image.
"I just want to say that Munna Bhai was already made, that avatar was already out. I don't think anyone would spend Rs 30-40 crore to change his image. That is too much of an amount. I have told the truth and the truth has been accepted by India, and the box office collection shows that," the actor said in an interview with India Today TV.
When asked if it's the real Dutt that has been portrayed in the film by Ranbir, the actor said, "'Why do you think so many people love me?' There is nothing dark about me. Growing up the way I did - it was no different than a usual teenager or youngster. There was nothing special about being Mr Sunil Dutt's son. I made mistakes - a little more. I even went to jail for it which I don't regret."