As the days of the biopic – Sanju is coming close, we see the makers coming out with something or the other. This time the makers have released a new poster of the film of the Manisha Koirala who is playing the character of Nargis in the film. Ever since the poster was released in the social media particularly on the microblogging site – Twitter, it turned out an instant hit. The lady has impressed the people by playing the said character with passion and dexterity. She is playing the character of Sanjay Dutt’s mother in the film. In fact, when her poster came on the micro-blogging site, hordes of tweets and messages started pouring in applauding the perfect one can find in her looks that seemed very much similar to the yesteryear actress – Nargis.
Some of the tweets about the film’s poster said – wow. Some went on calling it to be among the best one till now appeared for the Sanju. Many seemed to have agreed unanimously about the avatar one can find about the lady in the released poster. Some on the said site went on claiming that the choice of the actress has been perfect and there can be no better choice than the said lady for this role. Ever since the film was announced in the media, it has been the talk of the town. The makers are now all set to release the film, which is hitting this month end. They have released a number of posters along with the teaser and trailer as well, which have garnered a good hype for the film in the media.
Now talking about the recent poster of Nargis released comparing the lady with the Sanjay Dutt’s mother in a photograph, hordes of twitter handles came forward to applaud the makers for giving a close look to the lady. Someone said that Manisha’s persona as Nargis will certainly going to recall the days of the yesteryear actress from Raj Kapoor’s 1955 film Shree 420. We know that Nargisgot married to Sunil Dutt after the two had worked together in the film Mother India as co-stars in 1958, while Sanjay Dutt was born in the year 1959. When Manisha was offered the role last year she was apprehensive but later accepted it.