No differences between Sanjay Dutt, producer Vinod Bachchan
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There was no issue between them and so even we have been wondering where these stories came from
– Anand Kumar, director
Refuting rumours that Sanjay Dutt and producer Vinod Bachchan of Zilla Ghaziabaddid not see eye to eye so much so that the actor refused to dub for the film, director Anand Kumar cleared the air stating that the stories are untrue. "Actually there was no issue between them and so even we have been wondering where these stories came from. In fact, despite being very busy with his shootings, Sanjay made time to complete the dubbing of the film. However, Sanjay wanted some more screen space in the film, but he could not allot the dates as he was busy with other films. We waited for six months for him while we completed the other portions of the film. Then we realised we had got substantial portions of him. Sanjay also saw the film and was satisfied," explained the director adding that it would have been difficult for the actor as he had a different getup in his other films. "Sanjay had grown his hair. In our film, his moustache was also different. There would have been continuity issues for all the films," he stated. Sanjay Dutt plays Pritam Singh, a corrupt cop in the film that is based on a gang war between two rival groups of Satbir Gurjar (Vivek Oberoi) and Mahender Fauji, (Arshad Warsi) from Ghaziabad.
Vinod Bachchan, Kumar said, is happy that Dutt has completed his part for the film and is presently in Tirupati to pay his respects at the holy shrine.
Arshad Warsi, Vivek Oberoi and Ravi Kissen have also completed the dubbing for the film. While promos of the film will release soon, the film is to hit the screens in the second week of January.
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