Sanjay Dutt gets emotional over 'Bhoomi' wrap-up
New Delhi [India], Apr 26 : After a hectic back-to-back shooting schedule, actor Sanjay Dutt wrapped up the shoot of his upcoming movie 'Bhoomi' and felt emotional on the last day of his shoot.
The 57-year-old actor said that it is an emotional day for all the people linked to this project and he cannot wait for the film to release.
"The experience has been wonderful right from the very first day. It is an emotional day for us, as we culminate this lovely journey. I'm now looking forward to see the film release soon," said Dutt.
Director Omung Kumar couldn't stop gushing over Bollywood's Khalnayak for his dedication.
The ' Mary Kom'helmer noted, "Sanjay thoroughly prepped up for his role before we could begin shooting & kept pushing his limits with every single day of the shoot. He would regularly wake up every morning and be before time on the set, whatever the circumstances were."
Producer Bhushan Kumar feels that he is happy with the way the ' Agneepath' star has "shaped for his role."
He said, "I'm elated about the way Sanjay has shaped for his role. Whatever the circumstances were, there was no stopping for his dedication towards his craft. His dedication and enthusiasm would get rest of the team pumped up while shooting for the film."
While Sandeep Gupta, co-producer of 'Bhoomi' believes that Sanjay is an "inspiration" to the entire team.
"Sanjay is a powerhouse. He has worked tirelessly right from the first day of shoot and given everything for this role. In spite of all the problems we faced through the entire shoot, he kept shooting and has been an inspiration to the entire team," shared Gupta.
'Bhoomi' is an emotional and sensitive revenge drama that explores the relationship between a father and daughter.
The film will mark Sanjay's comeback, after he was released from the Yerwada Central Jail in Pune in 2016. His last release was ' PK' in 2014, which starred Aamir Khan.
Co-produced by T-Series and Legend Studios,' Bhoomi' will hit the theatres worldwide on September 22. (ANI)