Dutt says the Villain character in the movie Shamshera is threatening, untrustworthy, and capable of wreaking havoc.
The makers of the movie Shamshera recently launched the trailer. In the movie Sanjay plays Shamshera’s Villain. Sanjay Dutt is one of the Bollywood actors who has done the negative roles with ease and prowess. Whether it was his role in Khalnayak, Agneepath, or Aladdin, Sanjay Dutt stole the show with his impeccable character that created fear in the minds of the public. Sanjay plays Samshera’s Villain and just like all other characters, there are layers underneath it. His Agneepath’s character Kancha Cheena, Ahmad Shah Abdali in Panipat, and Adheera from the KGF2, he has excelled in every role. All his roles have shone as the actor nailed it through his onscreen performance.
Fans impressed with his role, Sanjay plays Shamshera’s Villain
As the teaser of the movie released, fans were happy and expressing their joy. The power-packed character of Sanjay Dutt as a merciless policeman in the film is the buzz. His entangled chemistry with the leader of the dacoits Ranbir Kapoor is worth watching. The trailer shows Sanjay Dutt in an insane cruel role. Sanjay plays Shamshera’s Villain. His role is completely fierce. Also, Ranbir’s character reminds me of Yash’s character from the movie KGF.
Shamshera’s story revolves around a warrior tribe
Set in the backdrop of a fictitious city of Kaza, the story revolves around a warrior tribe known for protecting their dignity and freedom. Sanjay plays Shamshera’s villain as Shudh Singh(character of the film) set in the fictitious city of Kaza. The period thriller revolves around a warrior tribe, who are enslaved and tortured by a ruthless authoritarian general Shudh Singh (played by Sanjay Dutt). In all his movies, he has played the character with so much ease that it would not be wrong to call him a hero or a Villain.
Rocky actor Sanjay plays Shamshera’s Villain, says he finds it exciting
The actor claimed that he had found the role of playing villain as interesting. This is because there is more room to break the existing norms. He added “I realised that when you play the antagonist, there are actually impositions or moral boundaries. You can be disruptive,” he told the news agency. Besides Shamshera , he has Ghudchadi, Baap and some others. The films are yet to hit the floor.