Dutt's poor recollection of his sex partners is followed by Kanwal's laudatory remark: "That was one hell of a score then"
Before you outrage about how 'dare' Mission Impossible: Fallout show NZ as Kashmir, here are five Bollywood films that pulled the same stunt WAY BEFORE.
Some of the biggest successes in Sanjay Dutt's career like Sadak and Saajan, were huge in the early 1990s. But nowhere in the same galaxy as Hirani's Sanju.
Veteran Journalist has slammed the movie, calling it an attempt "to make a quick buck" by overusing the sympathy card for Dutt's character
Malala's entire struggle for a child's right to education in the Swat Valley, seems to be reflected in the way she holds up a book in flames.
While his contemporaries in his 50s continue to play 30-somethings on screen, it's understandable why Sushant Rajput believes he can pass off as a teenager.
Somewhere we'll always remain in debt (however little) to Ram Gopal Varma for changing an incredibly rigid industry forever, with Satya.
The storyline of Sanju is rather skewed. Some reviews have even called it an elaborate PR exercise.