Sanjay Dutt's journey with BHOOMI makers extends & how

Sanjay Dutt's journey with BHOOMI makers extends & how news
Glamsham Editorial By Glamsham Editorial | 31 May 2017 15:17:03.1800000 IST

Sanjay Dutt’s upcoming film BHOOMI has just wrapped up and it is yet to hit the screens. But it seems BHOOMI makers are in awe of working with Sanjay Dutt. They have signed yet another project with the actor. Aarambhh Singh, who assisted Omung Kumar in BHOOMI, is super excited to direct Sanjay Dutt in his directorial venture MALANG, a romantic thriller set in Varanasi.


Directed by debutant Aarambhh Singh, MALANG will see the Sanjay Dutt with T-Series' Bhushan Kumar and Sandeep Singh and Omung Kumar of Legend Studios.

Aarambhh Singh says, 'It's a huge opportunity to direct Sanjay Sir and have him be the hero of my film. I am very grateful to him for letting me direct a great star like him. It's a dream true. I am also very thankful to Sandeep sir and Omung sir for showing immense faith in me and giving me this chance to showcase my talent.'  Producer Sandeep Singh is in full support to promote new talent under his studio. 'We have always believed in batting for new talent and Aarambhh has clearly shown his creativity and maturity to handle a project of this scale. Legend Studio is proud to back and encourage fresh talent,' says Sandeep Singh.

Bhushan Kumar says, 'Sanjay Dutt has been an absolute pleasure to work with and our relationship with Legend Studios goes back a long way. T-Series always believes in backing new talent and exciting projects and MALANG is all of that and more.'

After BHOOMI this will be Dutt's second film with T-Series & Legend Studios.

Sanjay Dutt says, 'I have always believed in the passion of newcomers and fresh talent. I observed Aarambhh since he was the assisting Omung during BHOOMI. When he narrated MALANG to me, I looked at Sandeep and said I am hooked. The layering of my character and the plot, the setting of Varanasi has me most excited about this project.' 

The shooting of MALANG is slated start in December 2017.