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Sanjay Dutt: Bhai of Bollywood

Posted by Kokolicious on November 5th, 2008


On screen Sanjay Dutt has played the role of a mobster many times. Now coming up is his latest, EMI, where he reprises the role yet again. Along with that film, here’s a flashback through some memorable Sanjay Dutt mobster roles:

Khatarnaak (1990)

Dutt is ruthless killer Suraj, a mercenary working for Anupam Kher. He falls in love with Farha, and decides to give up crime to be with her, but it isn’t as easy as he thinks — and Farha might not be prepared to wait that long.

Zehreelay (1990)

Dutt is the foul Raaka, a killer who befriends Jeetendra and Chunkey Pandey but, like all killers, shouldn’t really be trusted.


Krodh (1990)

Dutt becomes Munna the don even as elder brother Ajay (Sunny Deol) becomes a police officer. The two clash even as they hunt for their mother’s killer.

Yodha (1991)

Dutt’s Suraj Singh witnesses his girlfriend’s rape and enters a downward spiral as he gets addicted to drugs. Soon he starts working for a local don, played by Danny Dengzongpa.

Khal Nayak (1993)

Dutt’s bad-guy status became iconic with this Subhash Ghai movie which saw him play the infamous criminal Ballu.Completely bereft of morals and ethical considerations, Ballu’s soft-spot for a statuesque dancing girl is what gets him in trouble.

Aatish (1994)

Sanju plays Baba in yet another Deewaresque take of the elder brother taking to crime to shield — and educate — the younger brother.

Vaastav (1999)

In Mahesh Manjrekar’s gritty Mumbai film, Dutt played Raghu, a cheerful lout with ambitions of running a pav bhaji stall. But when he accidentally kills a customer related to a mobster, he sets off on a seemingly inevitable rise through the ranks of the underworld.

Hathyaar (2002)

In this Vaastav sequel of sorts, Dutt plays Rohit Shivalkar, a boxer having to carry the stigma of a mob family on his shoulders. He’s a deeply flawed protagonist, and Dutt does well even though the film eventually falters.

Kaante (2002)

In Sanjay Gupta’s ripoff of Reservoir Dogs, Dutt plays Ajju Rehan — an almost-caricatured take on the psychotically violent character Mr Blonde, played by Michael Madsen in the brilliant original.

Munna Bhai MBBS (2003)

In the role of his career, Dutt played the most lovable of bhais in Raju Hirani’s modern-day classic. We’d say more but we’re sure you remember every bit of this great film.

Plan (2004)

A half-baked take on Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels, this one sees Sanjay Dutt taking on a bunch of inept actors as he plays the dreaded don Mussa Bhai.

Anthony Kaun Hai (2006)

Dutt plays Master Madan, a movie-obsessed mobster in this forgettable movie that proves that getting the actors behind Munna and Circuit back together isn’t all it takes for a film to click.

Lage Raho Munna Bhai (2006)

On the other hand, once the genuine articles are back, then there’s no stopping them. Lage Raho, arguably the finest Hindi film of the decade, had Dutt revisiting his best role — and only getting better at the job.

Source: Rediff

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