Sanjay Dutt drops out of Omung Kumar’s ‘The Good Maharaja’


Sanjay Dutt has opted out of Omung Kumar’s next film, ‘The Good Maharaja.’ A source close to the star confirmed that Dutt is not going to be a part of the project. Dutt and Omung worked together on the former’s comeback film ‘Bhoomi’ (2017), which failed to impress at the box office.

Dutt is currently shooting for Tigmanshu Dhulia’s film ‘Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3,’ reports DNA India. Dutt will also focus on his home production, which is a remake of the Malayalam film ‘Prasthanam’ (2010). It will go into production next March. Before that, will shoot for ‘Torbaz,’ in which he plays an army officer.

As well as these projects, Dutt will also be seen in ‘Sadak 2’. Producer Mukesh Bhatt feels that at this stage of his career, ‘Sadak 2’ would be perfect for Dutt’s comeback. He said, “Sadak is the story of the same man, but 25 years later. The reason I think this should’ve been his comeback film is that Sadak was a cult film and Sanjay became a superstar after this film. The script is almost ready and we plan to roll by end of this year or early next year.”

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