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Sanjay Dutt shoots with Kashmiri child actors for 'Torbaaz' in Kyrgyzstan

News / Bollywood
02-May-2018 10:22AM
Times of India

While the teaser of Rajkumar Hirani’s upcoming biopic 'Sanju' with Ranbir Kapoor playing Sanjay Dutt onscreen has taken social media by storm, Dutt is busy shooting a month-long schedule for his next 'Torbaaz' in Kyrgyzstan. Dressed in his usual stylish do, the actor posted a set pictures of himself on Instagram from the country's capital city Bishkek. The actor is essaying the role of an army officer in the film which is directed by award-winning director Girish Malik and produced by filmmaker Rahul Mittra. Presented by Raju Chadha, 'Torbaaz' will also feature Nargis Fakhri, Rahul Dev and Rahul Mittra in pivotal roles. According to latest reports, Sanju will be working with a bunch of talented young actors from Kashmir, who have reportedly been roped in to play suicide bomber from Afghanistan. The story reportedly revolves around child suicide bombers in Afghanistan and the role Dutt's ex-army man character plays in rehabilitating kids in the war-torn region with cricket. It is already being talked about for its intriguing content and storyline. Incidentally, it is reportedly the first Indian film shot in Kyrgyzstan.

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