What the world knows about Sanjay Dutt is only half truths.
Best-selling author, film producer and renowned journalist Ram Kamal Mukherjee unravels the enigma and stigma surrounding Sanju Baba.
There can be no last word on Sanjay Dutt. Ever. Even as he walks a free man after more than three decades of prison terms and controversies, Dutt remains a classic case study in all that defines the ‘star' system in Bollywood - an industry known for its deep-rooted sense of entitlement. However, there is one question that dominates: who is the real Sanjay Dutt?
Is he a man who has been ‘wronged by the media', as his friend and filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani wants everyone to believe? Is he a son who could never recover from his mother's death? Is he a son whose father's political leanings made him an easy target? Or is he a myth, created by a consortium of film journalists, industry insiders, political fiends and adversaries?
Delving deep into both the man and his circumstances, Sanjay Dutt: One Man, Many Lives tells the uncut, untold and uncensored story of Sanjay Balraj Dutt. What emerges is an account - as much about one man's laudable efforts to keep reinventing himself, as it is about his privileges.
Privileges that were seldom earned and always taken for granted.
This is the closest anyone can ever come to understanding Sanju Baba.