Filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani-directed “Sanju” made headlines when the film revealed that Sanjay Dutt has slept with 308 women. The film stars Ranbir Kapoor in the lead role and won hearts with his acting prowess.
In an exclusive interview with India Today, he admitted that he never kept count.
“I just felt that the count must be 308. Now, I don’t know their names and I don’t know their… I haven’t kept count that way. Even in the film, it’s like that. He says, ‘Maybe itna hoga.’ It was quite a big score,” Sanjay said.
At the trailer launch of Sanju, Ranbir claimed that he was nothing like Sanjay, and that his count was less than 10. Sanjay was disbelieving, and laughed, “I bet his count must be more than 10.”
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