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Sanjay Dutt's connection with London gangsters

 
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Bunty Walia has finalised his second production, Gangs Of London, after Lamha. Sanjay Dutt will play a ganglord in the film. Talking about the project, Bunty says, "Bhupinder Singh has penned the script, which is about the various gangs Punjabi, Pakistani, Bangladeshi that operate in London. I liked the idea of Indian gangs operating in foreign country with their own ideas and principles.

Sanju's gang doesn't allow prostitution and drugs in their area." Ad filmmaker Shamin Desai will direct Gangs of London. Sanjay Dutt leads a Punjabi gang in the heart of London. It will to be a huge production with six heroes and we will be shooting a start-to-finish 75-day schedule in London. Foreign technicians, Pakistani actors, two heroines and a lot of Indians settled in London will be part of the cast and crew. Vishal-Shekhar will score the music.

Says Sanjay Dutt, "It's an interesting film emotional with an high acting quotient, and is set in one of my favourite cities London! We begin shooting in the summer of 2009." However Dutt makes it clear that he won't sport a turban in the film, "I won't be wearing a turban. The beard will be stylised like the ones the youth in London sport."

Gangs Of London is a story of two brothers and their friends who get into problems with other gangs because they protect people from drugs and prostitution. Bunty concludes, "I am announcing it now as I have heard another producer is planning to launch the same story soon."

Topics: bunty walia, gangs of london, shamin desai, vishal shekar
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