Sanjay Dutt is not only the son of one of the finest actors of Indian Cinema, but is an incredible actor himself. Though, his life has been always enmeshed in controversies, he has played vivid roles in Bollywood. Since the inception of his career, in 1981, we have only grown fonder of seeing him on the big screen.
Some of the roles played by Sanju baba were so intense that we believe nobody else could have enacted them better. Sanjay Dutt has wowed us with his performances on screen from time and again.
Here are 5 roles by Sanjay Dutt that no actor could play better-
1. Murli Prasad Sharma in Munna Bhai M.B.B.S
The character of Murli Prasad Sharma a.k.a Munna Bhai is of a hooligan who loves to give out magic hugs, and help people overcome their troubles. Sanjay Dutt plays this role with much ease, and brings a smile on your face throughout the movie.
2. Kancha Cheena in Agneepath
Kancha Cheena is a deadly drug lord, extremely dangerous and menacing. Sanjay Dutt steals the show against Rishi Kapoor who is also seen in a negative role. We believe very few actors can play such a challenging role with so much perfection.
3. Ballu in Khalnayak
Ballu in Khalnayak was one of the iconic negative characters played by Sanjay Dutt. The way Sanjay Dutt says ‘Naayak nahi, khalnaayak hu main’ still rings in our ears.
4. Vicky in Naam
Mahesh Bhatt’s movie revolves around the issue of unlawful immigration. Sanjay Dutt was able to play the role of a young, helpless boy extremely well with his adorable boyish looks.
5. Raghu in Vaastav
Vaastav is a movie widely acknowledged as it mirrors the harsh realities of the Mumbai underworld. Sanjay Dutt’s character in Vaastav is loosely based on the life of Chhota Rajan.
Sanjay Dutt played the above roles so well, that we bet no one else could play them better!
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