Buzz is that Vidya Balan has convinced actor Sanjay Dutt to do a cameo in her upcoming comedy Ghanchakkar. The two actors share a good bond and that is the reason why Sanjay agreed, reports Mid-Day.
A source told the daily, “Vids has worked with Sanju in Parineeti and Lage Raho
Munnabhai and they get along very well. When UTV had initially approached Sanjay with the cameo, he was very tied up.”
Apparently, Sanjay Dutt is in Jaipur and will start shooting for Ghanchakkar as soon as he returns.
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“As the evening progressed, the team began requesting Altaf to sing a few lines of the song. Eventually, when he agreed to sing the peppy number, Emraan and Vidya joined in too,” says a source from the unit. In the film, the track has been picturised on Emraan. He plays the role of a thief, who specialises in breaking into vaults. FULL STORY
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"Ghanchakkar is a comedy with a difference. I've seen different kinds of comedies in Bollywood, but I cannot do that kind of comedy. That over-the-top comedy, I don't even understand it. I don't even feel like laughing on it. (So) I'm doing a comedy which I enjoy and understand," said Emraan.The 33-year-old has be seen opposite his The Dirty Picture co-star, Vidya Balan, in the film, directed by Rajkumar Gupta. It is slated to release next year. READ
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