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30 Years Of Khalnayak: Sanjay Dutt Thanks Fans For Making His Film A Classic

Sanjay Dutt, Madhuri Dixit and Jackie Shroff’s Khalnayak clocks 30 years of its theatrical release today.

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Sanjay Dutt and Madhuri Dixit in a still from Khalnayak
Sanjay Dutt and Madhuri Dixit in a still from Khalnayak. (Image: Twitter)

ON this day 30 years ago, Sanjay Dutt wowed the audiences with his captivating performance in filmmaker Subhash Ghai’s movie, Khalnayak. The actor took to his social media account to pen a long gratitude note to thank his fans for making the film a cult classic over the years.

Sharing a video montage of Khalnayak, Sanjay Dutt wrote, “I want to congratulate Subhashji one of the greatest directors of the Indian screen, Jackie dada for being the perfect Ram and Madhuri for being Ganga, and the entire cast and crew of #Khalnayak, I am grateful and proud to be a part of such an iconic film, and cherish every moment of it.”

The actor went on to add, “30 years and yet it looks like a film made yesterday, thank you Subhashji and Mukta Arts from making this film and me being a part of it, thank you once again. And thank you to all the fans whose love has made Khalnayak a classic. #30YearsOfKhalnayak.”

Khalnayak starred Sanjay Dutt, Madhuri Dixit and Jackie Shroff in the lead roles, with Rakhi Gulzar, Ramya Krishnan and Pramod Moutho in pivotal roles. The song featured popular songs including Choli Ke Peeche Kya Hai, which went on to become an evergreen song over the years.

Recently, filmmaker Apoorva Lakhia revealed an interesting trivia about Sanjay Dutt. The producer said that Sanjay dubbed for the film Zanjeer over the phone before serving his jail time. 

“Sanju sir is amazing. He was going to jail the next day, and he hadn’t completed the dubbing for Zanjeer. He was going to be picked up by the cops at 1:30 the next day, and he called me and said, ‘Bro, I’m really sorry I haven’t done your dubbing. Come to my house tonight and do my dubbing,” the filmmaker told Siddharth Kanan in a podcast.

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