Is Jim Sarbh Playing Salman Khan in Sanjay Dutt’s Biopic? The Actor Answers

The year 2018 has come with many surprises for movie lovers. The most anticipated and much-awaited film, ‘Dutt Biopic’ will also rock the silver screens in the second half of this year. This movie will completely be based on the first rock star of Bollywood and also the most controversial Indian actor, Sanjay Dutt. It will showcase his complete journey and how things went through in his life.

Finally, the shooting has been completed. The acting phase has got wrapped and soon post-production phase will start to give the final touch to the movie. Sonam Kapoor, Manisha Koirala, and Dia Mirza will be a significant part of the film. But, some sources have revealed one more actor to be an essential part of the film. As per sources, Jim Sarbh is performing the role of Salman Khan. The fans have assuredly noticed Jim, playing a role in Padmaavat as Malik Kafur. In Dutt Biopic, the news of Jim playing Salman has really surprised everyone.

Well, Jim has clarified all the things. He said that in the biopic, he is not playing the role of Salman. For this theatre actor, the last year was extremely terrific. In Neerja, his performance was worth praising and fans acclaimed him for that. Not only this, he had played a fabulous role in the movie ‘A Death in the Gunj’. Jim has gained popularity in theatre scenes of Mumbai. His performance was brilliant in various plays such as The Merchant of Venice, What’s Done is Done, Death of a Salesman and The Living Room. His skills are appreciated by even Bollywood actors, including Ranveer Singh.

On the other hand, Jim also applauds Ranveer. He said that Ranveer always comes with brilliant ideas in his mind, newest expressions and performs with extreme zeal. He is excessively reactive and improvisational. He shared his memories of the shoot with Ranveer in which they both put all their potential to make the scene an excellent one.

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