After serving his imprisonment sentence Sanjay Dutt is back in action with half-a-dozen films. In an interview to Mumbai Mirror the actor spilled beans over what's happening on the work front.
Talking about his biopic starring Ranbir Kapoor he said, "I'm told they'll start in December. The dates are sorted but Raju is still writing. He has 900 hours of recorded conversations with me from which he has to cull out a two-and-a-half-hour film. He doesn't want me to hear it till the first draft is ready. He should give me a narration in 15-20 days."
The actor will first begin shooting for Shelly Chopra's 'Marco Bhau' in November. Around the time he will also start the Hindi remake of Mahesh Manjrekar's Marathi film De Dhakka. Sanju also spoke about Khalanayak Returns which he is co-producing with Subhash Ghai and said, "Once the script is ready, we'll decide on the director. Next on cards is also an action adventure called 'Kafala', Remo D'Souza's 'Dance Gangs' and 'Bhumi'. Further the actor even revealed that they have put 'Dhamaal 3' on hold as he and Indra Kumar couldn't agree on the economics. Rajkumar Hirani will roll 'Munnabhai 3' after completing Sanju's biopic.