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Sanjay Dutt's three year old son to make his acting debut

Actor Sanjay Dutt's three-year-old son, Shahraan, seems to be bitten by the acting bug already as he debuts in his father’s home production 'Hasmukh Pigal Gaya'

Sanjay Dutt’s three-year-old son, Shahraan, will make his film debut in the actor’ first home production, 'Hasmukh Pigal Gaya'. Shahraan will be part of the song, 'Kisi Ki Muskuraton Par Ho Nisar'. Though the song is originally from Raj Kapoor’s film, Anari, it will be played twice in this film: once with Shahraan and debutant actor Armaan Ralhan featuring in it, and then again with Amitabh Bachchan.

Amitabh Bachchan in  the song and (below) Shahraan
Amitabh Bachchan in the song and (below) Shahraan

Choreographer Ahmed Khan tells hitlist, “The song reflects the changing moods of Mumbai. It shows a mother pushing a man away from her baby’s pram; accordingly, I needed a small baby for the song and Maanyata was more than happy to let us shoot with Shahraan. After all, it is Sanju’s first home production. We were shooting in town and she brought him along all the way from the suburbs.”

Shahraan
Shahraan

Interestingly, 'Hasmukh Pigal Gaya' will also see the debut of actor OP Ralhan’s grandson, Armaan Ralhan. Apart from appearing in a song, Amitabh Bachchan also plays a pivotal role in the film. This apart, the film has special appearances by Jackie Shroff, Sanjay Dutt and Priyanka Bose. A black comedy satire that looks at the hottest day in Mumbai, the film has been helmed by first-time director, Sejal Shah.

A source says, “It has been learnt that Dutt saw the film when he was out on parole. He loved it a lot and even called Amitabh Bachchan to thank him for being part of his first home production. The film offers a quirky take on what happens to Hasmukh as he battles extreme heat over a period of eight hours in Mumbai.”

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2 Comments

  • Mona26-Apr-2014

    @Girish Prakash: I don't think so. I believe he will grow up and marvel at the fact that his father served his jail time and came back home to his family, after surviving 20 years of stupid comments by people who ignorantly refused to understand what even Indian Justice acknowledged: that he only illegally owned a weapon he never fired and was no terrorist at all.

  • Girish Prakash25-Apr-2014

    He will grow up and say in one of his films "PEHLE MUJHE US AADMI KA SIGN LEKE AAO JISNE MERE HAATH PE YE LIKHA THA - MERA BAAP TERRORIST HAI"

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