Watch Sanju full movie online free – Whole India is going gango over Ranbir Kapoor real star of the movie is Vicky Kaushal. Whenever Vicky was with Ranbir he just overshadowed Ranbir. It was class act from him. Respect for Sunil Dutts sir has increased even further. Coming to Sanjay and Ranbir he copied him really on all front superb job but Vicky just took the stage to new level. Vicky was like chand nawab of Bajrangi where Salman was overshadowed.
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Sanju review by parthad-74599 – Rajkumar Hirani doesn’t disappoint.
Lives up to the expectation of the audience and does tell the story in an effective manner with the standard Rajkumar Hirani template of flashbacks and protagonist P.O.V. Ranbir’s impressions and transformations as Sanjay Dutt are on the point and extra points for his voice modulation.The way he shows Dutt’s struggle with drugs, arms act is really good. The relationship between father and son is shown really great with great performance by Paresh Rawal. Rest of the supporting cast also performs as the movie requires, but the hidden gem surely has to be Vicky Kaushal. Did not have much expectations from him when entered the cinema hall but couldn’t stop praising him after the movie ended. Music is also nice. Overall an entertaining movie with top notch performances.
Sanju review by Jairaj H – Dutt’s narration in Hirani’s style! Thumbs up…
This movie particularly has been one of the most awaited films of the year. With all the hype around it and credibility of how much of the story told would be true and believable raised expectations. This movie couldn’t have been made better by any other director, as Raju knows Sanju so closely having worked with him mostly in the last 15 years. Initially you know its’s Ranbir playing Sanjay Dutt but gradually as the film progresses Ranbir effortlessly fiits into Sanjay Dutt’s shoes. He has made it look so easy, but we all know it’s taken month’s for him to master this character. With film’s story keeps audience engaged, other character make an appearance and slip by. The only strong character other than Ranbir’s would be that of Paresh Rawal’s who plays his father Sunil Dutt. My personal opinion is that although I have tremendous respect for Paresh Rawal me being his fan, I felt him being cast for Sanju’s father’s role was a miscast. But yet another important character in the movie would be Kamlesh who plays Sanjay’s freind. It has been a treat to watch him play this character. Overall a good one time watch movie. There are no big surprises in the movie if that’s what you are expecting. But well narrated by Hirani. Picture Gapha-gaph che!!
Sanju review by Guptajai – A master piece by Hirani.
Story – The story is wonderful. Everything is told very perfectly and in a beautiful manner. You will not feel bored for a single minute but the movie took some time to gear up. Direction and screenplay – No one can doubt on Hirani’s direction. His skills are mind blowing, his style of story telling is awesome. Screenplay is also written very beautifully. Acting – When you have these type of wonderful actors in a single film no one can doubt on acting. Editing – As the editor is Hirani itself so he has done the work as he do in his direction. You can’t find a scene the will make you to feel that this should be cut. Music – Music is average but it has situational songs. Whats good- Everything. Whats bad-The only thing which is bad is that the movie took around 15 min or more to gear up. Watch or not – Definitely. Cinematography – The camera is also good, as in most of the films.
Sanju review by Myounismemon – Sanju 2018 Another Masterpiece from Director Rajkumar Hirani
The master of tell story line Rajkumar Hiran Directer from.Munna Bhai,Lage Rahe Munna Bhai,PK,3 Idiot now the Sanju is the Big gift of 2018,Sanju is the one of the biggest opening movie of 2018 with gross 34 crore 75 lacks with top IMDb rating 9.2 out of 10 on its first day.The movie has beats many movies of 2018 and also beat him salman Khan movie race 3.As per trade movie will be set new record on bollywood.I recommended to everyone Go & watch one of the best movie of the year,2018 amazing performance from ranbir & Vickey Kaushan and the entire cast.
Sanju review by sumeerm-18507 – Honesty and Truth Can Triumph Over Anything!
Rajkumar Hirani and Abhijat Joshi once again exemplify how crafting a screenplay with wonderful content, engaging scenes, and sincere depiction, will truly triumph within the audience. Sanju, just like the riveting life of Sanjay Dutt, is truly a roller coaster ride of humor, emotion, and courage.
Rajkumar Hirani and Abhijat Joshi have crafted beautiful scenes that depict the significant aspects of Sanjay Dutt’s life. From his fight against drugs, his complex relationship with his father, and his response to his false accusations, signify the daunting tragedies that have occurred in his life. And how he faced these tragedies with courage and bravery. The striking aspect of the screenplay is the input of two different emotions into one scene; there are many scenes in Sanju in which one will have a difficult time to hold back their tears; yet there are also many scenes that will leave one in splits. Rajkumar Hirani and Abhijat Joshi evoke so many heart-warming and moving scenes. The beautiful father-son and friendship story can easily strike an emotional chord within the audience. There are a countless number of scenes in Sanju which are conveyed in a very effective manner. For instance, the scenes between Sanjay Dutt (Ranbir Kapoor) and his mother, Nargis Dutt (Manisha Koirala) are a delight to watch on the big screen. Especially in the song sequence of Kar Har Maidaan Fateh; one will easily sob and feel inspired when that sequence occurs in the film. In other words, the screenplay by Rajkumar Hirani and Abhijat Joshi is beautifully and effectively written.
Words cannot describe how outstanding the performance of Ranbir Kapoor as Sanjay Dutt is. Ranbir Kapoor beautifully embodies the vulnerability yet bravery of Sanjay Dutt as a human being. Ranbir Kapoor’s performance as Sanjay Dutt is extremely natural; his performance never comes off as a caricature. After Barfi, this is truly one of the finest performances of Ranbir Kapoor. Paresh Rawal as Sunil Dutt is also outstanding; he effectively portrays the humility and tolerance of Sunil Dutt as a human being. His performance as a loving, encouraging, and supportive father is praise-worthy; he beautifully symbolizes the noble aspect of a father. Manisha Koirala as Nargis Dutt is heart-warming, touching, and tender. Her persona as a loving mother is extremely touching; she conveys the essence and support of a mother beautifully. Vicky Kaushal as Sanjay Dutt’s best friend, Kamlesh, is wonderfully natural and sincere. He performs effortlessly in every single moment in the film. His scenes with Ranbir Kapoor beautifully signifies the contagiousness and importance of friendship. Vicky Kaushal as the supportive and gentle Kamlesh will truly bring a smile to your face; no words can describe how wonderful and effective his performance is in this film. Sonam Kapoor as Ruby is also wonderful with her effective portrayal as Sanjay Dutt’s girlfriend; one will easily empathize with the impact her character showcases. Anushka Sharma as the dedicated and committed biographer is also wonderful in a special appearance; her performance is the thread of the film that symbolizes the interest in Sanjay Dutt’s intriguing and inspiring story. Jim Sarbh as God is also wonderful; he perfectly embodies the bad influence of a friend and the insensitivity of a selfish and careless friend. Boman Irani in a special appearance as Ruby’s father is also a delight to watch on screen. Dia Mirza as Manyata Dutt provides effective support; she gives a delightful performance as the cautious and supportive wife. The rest of the supporting cast lends wonderful and effective support. The performances in Sanju are absolutely phenomenal.
Music composed by Rohan-Rohan, Vikram Montrose, and A.R. Rahman beautifully serve the narrative; the songs are situational yet extremely melodious. Main Badhiya Tu Bhi Badhiya is a very jolly song composed by Rohan-Rohan; the song wonderfully signifies the humorous situation in which the song occurs. Ruby Ruby is a foot-tapping and upbeat song composed by A.R. Rahman, which effectively depicts the intoxication of Sanjay Dutt and his frightening addiction to drugs. Baba Bolta Hain Bas Ho Gaya is a very endearing song composed by Vikram Montrose; the appearance and picturization of the song is heart-warming and will definitely bring a smile. Kar Har Maidaan Fateh is the highlight of the film; the song is beautifully composed by Vikram Montrose and the song truly brings tears to one’s eyes. Kar Har Maidaan Fateh effectively signifies Sanju’s brave fight against drugs; the lyrics and composition of the song truly strikes an emotional chord. The background score by Sanjay Wandrekar and Atul Raninga is wonderful; the background score beautifully heightens the drama and emotion that is required in the scenes. The music of Sanju is absolutely wonderful and melodious.
Rajkumar Hirani once again showcases his effective and beautiful storytelling with his powerful direction. His depiction and display of Sanjay Dutt’s tragic yet courageous life is truly phenomenal; he weaves magic with every scene he crafts. Whether it is the emotional scenes or the humorous scenes, Rajkumar Hirani’s direction exemplifies a perfect reservoir of showcasing the purpose and intention of the scene. Rajkumar Hirani proves how insightful of a filmmaker he is. The production design of Sanju is visually stunning; it perfectly evokes the vibe of the 80s’, 90’s, and early 2000’s. The production aspect of Sanju is outstanding.
As far as my flaws with Sanju is concerned, they are very minor; my flaws don’t necessarily steal the beautiful craft and effect of each scene in the film. The pacing of the film once the second half begins can dip a bit; the first few scenes in the second half dip the pace of the film.
Overall, Sanju is a film that is engaging and will keep one on the edge of their seat. This film is a beautiful showcase of how one should face the unfortunate or challenging situations that may occur in their life with immense bravery and courage. It’s a film that beautifully displays the human aspect of a superstar like Sanjay Dutt. It’s a film that showcases the significance of relationships and how relationships can beautifully shape one’s insight towards life. It’s a film that will make you laugh, cry, and feel inspired. It’s a film that acclaims how the opinion of others doesn’t matter; however, most importantly, how honesty and truth can always triumph over anything. Rajkumar Hirani and Abhijat Joshi’s effective screenplay, the wonderful performance of Ranbir Kapoor and the rest of the supporting cast, and the wonderful imagination and insight of Rajkumar Hirani as a filmmaker. Sanju is a film that gives wonderful insight into a life that is tragic yet inspiring at the same time; the film conveys the power of embodying tolerance, courage, and bravery, when one deals with a challenging situation in their life. I will give Sanju a 10 out of 10. Take a bow Rajkumar Hirani, Ranbir Kapoor, Abhijat Joshi, and the entire cast and crew for creating an inspiring and intriguing film, Sanju.
Sanju review by Jogeshaadeez – This movie will remain in your heart,mind forever.
Ever since I watched this movie I am in hangover with this movie how rajkumar hirani do this again and again is sheer brilliance and what to say about ranbir he has proven already again and again with his talent no one can beat him when come to emotional scenes seeing him in emotional scenes will get you goosebumps and you will cry with him and offcourse how sanjay dutt has been misunderstood by public I am not saying is this story 100% true but atleast I wont be judging him now yaa he should have complete his jail sentence with no parole and not before his jail sentence end but it’s over now move on guys atleast try to see his side of story what a heartbreaking journey of him this movie is not all about justifying his terrorist connection this movie is more emotional between a relationship between father and son and best freind you will be motivated inspire will think what are we compalining in life with everything in our hand and he and his family how fighted it back hatts off every ranbir hater will become fan of him although he has proved many times with his movies rockstar barfi but with sanju he pushed his verstality 1000 times more he cleary indicate he is going to roar in bollywood probably only a young superstar who is indcating himself to be a megastar in some years thank you rajkumar hirani ranbir kapoor paresh rawal vickykaushal sukoon mil gaya movie dekhke gaye after very long.
Sanju review by Debjyoti Das – Fabulous acting and not so fabulous film.
When you have a director of the capability of Raju Hirani, an actor of Ranbir’s calibre and the controverial lifestory of one of the most iconic superstars of Bollywood in Sanjay Dutt, expectations will be very high. Atleast I, had tons of expectations, the trailer looked amazing. But alas, I was disappointed at how ordinary and average the film was.
The film has everything right from a spoiled rich kid under pressure of the legacy of his parents, drugs, terrorism charges. That has been the past 37 years of Baba’ career and Raju has tried portraying it on celluloid in his own style involving humour which has worked wonderfully well for his past films. But it sadly does not work in Sanju. The entire first half is spent on Baba’s drug problem, on his fight with it. The main issues and controversy of his terrorism are introduced late but up until then you are already feeling bad for Baba as was the main intention of the film it seems. To show the other side of the story and show Baba in a sympathetic light. And I have absolutely no qualms in that. The main issue with the film is a very ordinary script and writing. There was a lot to show but the director and writer, I guess toned it down for a larger audience and focused on very specific issues. They barely seemed to have scratched the surface of Baba’s life through the movie as many things looked incomplete and lacked depth. The film though technically sound in most departments such as good musical score, editing and cinematography, fails to leave an impact and the sole reason for it is an average script. The second half over does the media bashing in respect to making Baba’s life difficult and spreading half baked truth. Although it is true that media manipulates and can no longer be considered completely truthful, overdoing or overplaying that card makes it less impactful. But kudos to Raju for taking that topic because Media manipulation is a hot topic in today’s times. Raju also subtly pulls a mirror to the society on how quickly we react and pass judgement to things without knowing the complete truth. One of the final scenes so aptly puts it out when Sanju comes out of Yerwada jail and a ‘fan’ is constantly shouting for a picture together but Sanju is busy when the ‘fan’ shouts out ‘aee terrorist,ek picture lene ko kya jata tera’. Yes, such elements exist among us.
Now what makes the movie worth watching is Ranbir Kapoor’s heart stealing performance as Sanju Baba. He absolutely nails it in terms of picking up Baba’s mannerisms and voice to a large extent. But the job is half done. The rest is shouldered by his impeccable acting and performance. Ranbir Kapoor is the whole and soul of this movie. He is still handicapped by the script but he made the most of what he was given and made it a memorable performance. This performance of his is definitely among his top 3 which includes Rockstar and Tamasha. The rest cast also has stalwarts like Paresh Rawal playing Sanju’s father in Sunil Dutt and he perfectly portrays a calm persona that was Sunil Dutt sahab. Vicky Kaushal as Sanju’s best friend Kamli is outstanding. He picks the Gujju accent and humorous character with such ease and panache that it speaks volumes of his acting skills. Jim Sarbh plays the drug peddlar friend of Sanju and he too was brilliant in the first half. Manisha Koirala has a limited role as Sanju’s mother Nargis Dutt and she doesn’t disappoint. Anushka Sharma’s role as the writer was very bland and just looked plain bad. She even tried putting up an American accent for a couple of seconds and failed in it.
Cinematography is very good. The picturisation of ‘Har Maidaan Fateh’ song was so inspiring and beautiful that it constantly gave me goosebumps. Editing was crisp, no songs comes out of the blue and they are there for a reason which is very unlikely for a Raju Hirani film, so good job done on that aspect.
Sanju is an ordinary film by all standards but the acting makes it a worthy watch. Watch it for Ranbir’s game changing act and keep low expectations from the movie.
Sanju review by DeadMan66 – Average Movie or say it once watchable movie
Story is fine as it is biopic of Sanjay Dutt. Story starts from the carelessness of Sanju his life struggles, till the happy ending of the movie. The movie is straightforward and simple no masala in it.
Acting of Ranbir is amazing sometimes feels like he isn’t Ranbir he is Sanjay Dutt in is own biopic. Acting of all other characters are fine.
One time watchable I say bcoz movie lacks songs, actions, imagination. Mostly felt like movie was to show whatever allegation Baba had was false and the movie was his justification that he doesn’t had connection with underworld and terrorist and he is innocent.