This Friday Sanjay Suri would be seen in a film called ANUBHAV where he is playing the role of a gigolo i.e. a male prostitute. It is quite surprising though that the film is being released out of nowhere even though it was in news close to two years back. However, months passed by and the film went into cold storage. Now with scarcity of films in theaters, the film is being revived and is being released sans any promotion whatsoever.
In the film, Sanjay plays the role of a struggling theatre actor who wishes to make it big in Bollywood. In this eventful journey of his, he eventually looses his way as he transforms into a gigolo. Says Sanjay, ''The movie shows how things in life cannot always be black and white and that there are shades of grey everywhere.''
Over the years, Sanjay's mantra has been to play diverse roles. Whether it his debut film PYAAR MEIN KABHI KABHI or JHANKAAR BEATS or DHOOP (where he played the role of a military officer) to MY BROTHER NIKHIL (where he played the character of an energetic youngster who contracts AIDS) to BAS EK PAL to SAY SALAAM INDIA to SPEED (where he was an undercover agent); each of his outings have been a different affair.
Now in ANUBHAV, he is teaming up with his DHOOP co-star Gul Panag. Also starring Jackie Shroff, Raj Zutshi, Meeta Vasisht, Sudha Chandran and Shruti Seth in principal roles, the film is directed by National Award winner director Rajeev Nath and was also screened at Osian Cinefan Film festival.