By: Faridoon Shahryar IndiaFM
Wednesday, August 08, 2007
"I think you have to be a great professional, because in spite of
being under so much of stress, Sanju still came and worked on the
sets," says Indra Kumar, director of Dhamaal, one of the
Sanjay Dutt's movies that is completed and ready for release. If
you recall, after being acquitted by the TADA court for terrorism
charges seven months ago, Dutt resumed work on Dhamaal
within a day of the court's judgment and it will be the first movie
to be released after he was sentenced for a six year rigorous
imprisonment under Arms Acts recently.
"My film was a comedy and it was all the more difficult because
the kind of pressure he was undergoing, it's hard to do comedy
scenes as somewhere in the back of the mind the danger is lurking.
I am really grateful to him and also have great admiration for him.
I'm grateful he completed the film and not only completed but also
did a great job. You'll agree when you'll see the film," Kumar
is a comedy about four men Arshad Warsi, Javed Jaffrey, Riteish
Deshmukh and Ashish Choudhary and their encounters with inspector
played by Sanjay Dutt. The music is by Adnan Sami and the film
releases on September 7th. Indra Kumar's last film Pyare Mohan
didn't hit the bull's eye. Will Dhamaal, a 2 hour 12 minute
film, bring him back in the big league?