Looks like Sanjay Dutt is fed up of playing a gangster in every other film. Apparently he's now hunting for exciting, challenging and more real life-based characters and not just those bhai roles.
He's reportedly said, "At this stage of my career, I want to play roles I haven't done so far. I'm playing a very different role in my next release EMI. It has turned out really, really well. And it goes into a new territory. I haven't done a real-life part before. And it's a really superb script. So let's see."
The actor feels the project will prove lucky for good pal Suniel Shetty after Mission Istaanbul tanked.
The buzz is that he turned down Ekta Kapoor and Suniel's Gen Next, directed by Apoorva Lakhia introducing the winners from the reality show 'Kaun Jeetega Bollywood Ka Ticket' because he didn't want to be associated with Lakhia.
Sanjay confirmed that it was because of the script and not because of Lakhia with whom he had worked in Shootout At Lokhandwala.
This guy's hell bent on acting according to his new decision this time around. Let's wait and watch to see how it actually works out for him!