Dabangg Sanjay Dutt Makes A Comeback With Bhoomi; Is This Game Over For Salman Khan?
Fans of Sanjay Dutt will be happy to see the big, bad Dutt make a comeback with Bhoomi. The tone of the movie looks sinister, and we can’t wait for its release. Dutt has an attitude and body language to die for, and that is why we’ve loved him in action movies.
We think that if he continues to do movies in this vein, he can be a much bigger star than Salman Khan. He is a much better person too. Yes, he has made mistakes, and done a few things wrong. But he has served his time and we think that we should forgive him.
On the other hand, Salman Khan has used his power to evade a lot of punishments. Even in terms of films, he is making all the wrong moves by doing movies like Tubelight. Even Tiger Zinda Hai is a movie that we are not excited about, because Ek Tha Tiger was so bad, regardless of its Bollywood success.
As an actor, Sanjay Dutt is leagues above Salman, and he has shown it with great performances in films like Vaastav. He isn’t that egoistic either, and has played second fiddle in films like PK. That is something Salman will never do, because he is too paranoid about harming his brand value.
Also, while Salman Khan is known for acting with lesser actors, so that his own inability doesn’t get exposed, Sanjay Dutt has no such qualms. He is acting with Aditi Rao Hydari in this film, and has held his own against quality actors like Boman Irani and Arshad Warsi in the past.
Another thing that we like about him is that he is brave enough to allow a film to be made on him. Ranbir Kapoor will play him in Rajkumar Hirani’s upcoming biopic. This is something that Salman will never allow, because he just wants people to see his good side.
All said, Salman and Sanjay are good friends. In an interview with Hindustan Times, Sanjay said, ” Salman is there and that’s as good as me. That’s the relationship I share with him. He is like my younger brother. We are always there for each other, be it good times or bad times. Let me tell you, there are not many people around you in times of crisis. But Salman has been with me and I have been with him throughout. I am worried about him as much as he is about me. There can be never be a problem with Salman. Touch wood.”