Sanjay Dutt Nodded No For Body Doubles In KGF Chapter 2’s Action Sequences; Read To Know The Reasonবিনোদন
It is now known that Sanjay Dutt said no to using body doubles for the shooting of the action sequences. Here is everything you need to know about it
Sanjay Dutt is an established actor and the son of veteran actors Sunil Dutt and Nargis. He is one of the most popular Hindi film actors and possesses a position after doing several films in the late 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, and 2010s. He is a recipient of several awards including two Filmfare Awards and three Screen Awards.
Sanjay Dutt is among those actors, for whom fans wait for him to come on screen. Well, it’s a piece of good news for them. Sanju Baba has three upcoming projects in his hands for the year. According to the sources, the actor is super ready to set the screen on fire. But unfortunately, the releases are on hold due to the rising Covid-19 cases. A source close to the actor also added that Sanju Baba has worked super hard to get trained for the stunts and action sequences by himself.
Sanjay Dutt has recently opened up about working in KGF Chapter 2 and Adheera, in which he is playing the role of a supervillain. He also revealed that he had refused to use a body double for the action sequences. The film unit had provided him with strict guidelines for the training and not using a body double. The production team of the movie had asked him not to do so, citing his safety reasons, but the actor felt like Adheera will lose its essence if he doesn’t do the stunts himself.
The source also said that the stunts and the action scenes were storyboarded and broken down before being filmed. The action sequences had a haunting quality, which was executed by Sanjay Dutt skillfully.
Meanwhile, just after releasing the much-awaited first look of the movie, KGF Chapter 2, Sanjay Dutt’s fans started reacting to it curiously. Seems like they definitely can’t wait for the movie.
On the other hand, Sanju Baba’s other projects, Shamshera and Prithviraj too are on a waiting list. Producers are still looking for an apt date for their releases, so that they can make it in the theaters, amid the surge in the Covid-19 wave.