Talking about doing stunts in his first film, Sanjay Dutt said that I had to learn to ride a bike to do all those stunts. Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt recalled the first shot of his career he gave for his first film ‘Rocky’, released in 1981. He said that he was nervous and being a newcomer he had to face a lot of pressure. On the sets of a reality show, Sanjay was asked about his debut film ‘Rocky’ and his experience.
Sanjay Dutt was very nervous in the first scene
Sanjay Dutt said that ‘I was nervous. I was a new actor, think what kind of pressure was on me. The shooting was in Kashmir and my first shot was screaming and jumping. I had to shout ‘help’ in the shot. Mr. Suresh Bhatt (choreographer) was there and he did not think that I will do stunts in one go.’
This situation happened in front of 50-60 people
Sanjay further said, ‘I assured him that Suresh uncle I can do, he replied that don’t call him ‘uncle’ here. Here he is ‘Master Suresh’. I looked at my father and he said to me, ‘Look at him and hear what he is saying. There were about 50 to 60 people there and I was very nervous. He said ‘I had to shout ‘help’ and jump. When I did this everyone was silent and I was upset thinking what had happened, why was no one saying anything. After a brief pause, Mr. Suresh said what is the matter and everyone started clapping.’
jump from 65 feet without an airbag
Talking about doing stunts in his first film, he said that ‘I had to learn to ride a bike to do all those stunts. I have done all my stunts myself. All the heroes of that time had this thing where they all wanted to do their stunts. Whether it is passing through the glass or riding, falling, etc. I jumped there from 65 feet without any airbag.
Will be seen in these films
Filmmaker Anurag Basu and others praised Sanjay on the show. Basu said that the actor performing his stunts is currently missing, Sanjay said that he will bring him back. Sanjay’s upcoming slate includes ‘Tulsidas Junior’, ‘Shamshera’ and ‘KGF Chapter 2’.