Raju Hirani Reveals Sanjay Dutt’s Strategy for Luring Girls
Rajkumar Hirani, the director of the movie Sanju also happens to be a dear friend of Sanjay Dutt. Both of them have worked together in super hit projects like Munna Bhai and its sequel. But the controversial statement made by Raju Hirani about Sanjay Dutt could take a toll on their friendship. Raju Hirani during a promotional event said that Sanjay Dutt used random graves to attract girls and make them emotionally attached to him.
He would endorse this lie to make the girls feel special and feel an instant connection with him. Rajkumar Hirani has made claims that Sanjay Dutt emotionally manipulated girls to date them. He would take his girlfriends to any random grace and portray it as that of his mother. This melted the hearts of girls and they became emotionally vulnerable.
Slept with Over 300 Girls?
Raju Hirani did not just stop here. He further said that Sanjay Dutt was also vengeful. He could not easily get over the girls who dumped him. In the trailer of the movie Sanju, it has been claimed that the count of Sanjay Dutt’s girlfriends was well over the 300 mark.
Raju Hirani also recalled an incident when Sanjay Dutt smashed the car standing in front of his ex-girlfriend’s home to avenge being dumped. He smashed his friend’s new car into the car which later turned out to be his ex-girlfriend’s new boyfriend.
Sanjay Dutt was always among rumours for his affairs. He was always in news for his affairs with several female actresses. His life has been troubled and full of ups and downs. He even had to spend a part of his life in jail. Sanju captures the entire journey of his life which is synonymous with a miserable bumpy ride.
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