Sanjay Dutt’s toddler 3 year old son to make his acting debut
Sanjay Dutt’s toddler 3 year old son, Shahraan, will make his Bollywood debut in Sanjay’s home production venture, ‘Hasmukh pigal gaya’.
Though it’s a norm for major star kids to enter the world of glitterati, very few actually do it while they are just 3 years old. Sanjay Dutt himself appeared in the 1972 film ‘Reshma aur Shera’ which starred his father, the late legend, Sunil Dutt. He played a 13 year old qawwali singer in that movie. Shahraan breaks his father’s record by 9 years and has already shot for the song ‘kisi ki muskuraton par ho nisar’ at the tender age of 3. The song has been choroeographed by popular choreographer, Ahmed Khan. A particular take of the song required a baby and Ahmed Khan could not think beyond little Shahraan for the role. Manyata was only happy to oblige, thereby paving way for the debut of the toddler. The song in which Shahraan will be seen was originally a part of showman legend Raj Kapoor’s film, ‘Anari’. The rights of the song has been bought by the makers of this film. Reportedly, the song will be played twice in this film- once with Shahraan and debutant actor Armaan Ralhan and again with Amitabh Bachchan. The film is being directed by debutant Sejal Shah and Amitabh has a crucial role in the movie. Apparently, Sanjay Dutt saw the film while he was out on parole and even rang up Amitabh Bachchan to express his gratitude for working in his debut home production. Now, whats’ sad is that papa sanju could not be present for his child’s acting debut. But nevertheless, it sure is a proud moment for the doting superstar father.
We wish the adorable tiny tot the best for his acting debut.