Sanjay Dutt’s Bhoomi Wiki: First Look, Star Cast & Release Date

Sanjay Dutt’s Comeback Bhoomi’s Release Date Out

A few weeks back, Sanjay Dutt finally cleared the air about his comeback film. Yes, the actor revealed how he has finally decided to make his comeback with Omung Kumar‘s Bhoomi. The movie revolves around a father’s relationship with his daughter. It is all set to go on floors from January end. However, even before the shoot starts, the release date of Dutt’s comeback film has been revealed. Sanjay Dutt’s Bhoomi will hit the screens on August 4, 2017. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh revealed this in tweet, which read as, “Omung Kumar’s #Bhoomi chooses 4 Aug 2017 to mark Sanjay Dutt’s comeback. Produced by Bhushan Kumar, Sandeep Singh and Omung Kumar.”


The makers also released a teaser poster of the movie, which showcases Taj Mahal in the backdrop with fire around it. While we could not understand what the poster symbolised, we are excited to see Sanju return to the big screen. We also assume that Taj Mahal and Agra will be an important part of the movie. Reports also suggest that Shivaay actress Sayyeshaa will play Sanjay’s daughter in the movie. Anyway, Sanju Baba was earlier going to make his return with Sidharth Anand’s movie. But it got shelved. Later on, Marco Bhau was going be his comeback film, but it has been delayed.

So Sanjay finally chose Bhoomi. In an interview to TOI, the actor mentioned a few weeks back, “I am really excited about Bhoomi which will be directed by Omung Kumar. It took me long to decide my comeback vehicle. Finally, I chose this film because apart from an impressive and dramatic father-daughter story laced with realistic action, I’ll be collaborating with a great team. Sarbjit and Mary Kom were impressive. Bhoomi largely dwells on the journeys of a teenager and her father. It’s a story I could relate to.” He confessed that he is anxious about his return to the big screen after a long gap and he plans to use his own experience as a father to prepare for the role. Dutt said, “It has been a while since I shot for a film, but acting is like riding a cycle, driving a car or swimming.

You don’t forget these things. I know it will be an emotional moment on the first day of shoot in Agra. I am looking forward to it. I’ve started working out. I’m yet to discuss the look of my character with Omung, but I’m even game for a salt-and-pepper look if he wants one. Fathers and daughters share a special bond, sons are closer to their mothers. I have seen my sisters, Priya and Namrata, with my dad. Trishala and little Iqra have a funny but amazing equation with me. And to answer your question, I will try to incorporate as many of my experiences with them in the film as I can. The space I’m trying to explore as an actor is the kind that Denzel Washington and Kevin Costner occupy in the West.”

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