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Sanjay Dutt started shooting for the post Diwali of Akshay Kumar starrer Prithviraj?

new Delhi: Sanjay Dutt was diagnosed with lung cancer last month and recently completed the first round of chemotherapy session at a private hospital in Mumbai. The ‘Agneepath’ actor is currently spending some quality family time with his children in Dubai. Before leaving for Dubai, Dutt returned to acting with Ranbir Kapoor for the shooting of his upcoming film Shamshera. Reportedly, the ‘Rocky’ actor will resume shooting for his upcoming film Prithviraj soon after Diwali.

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According to a report based on a major entertainment portal, Sanjay Dutt has completed 85-90 percent of the Akshay Kumar starrer ‘Prithviraj’ and has 5-6 days left to shoot.

A source associated with Pinkvilla said, “Sanju has completed 85-90 percent shooting of Prithviraj and he has 5 to 6 days left to shoot. He has completed the maximum part of Siddhant photography and he will resume shooting for Prithviraj soon after Deepawali. He has been a rockstar as he is fulfilling all his shooting commitments. The producers are currently planning this shoot based on the window and will wrap up the entire film immediately. “

While the actor is with his twins Shaharan and Iqra, his wife Manayata Dutt shared a happy family photo thanking God for the family gift.

‘Prithviraj’ is a historical action drama film produced by Yash Raj Films and is about the life of Chaman Rajput king Prithviraj Chauhan. Akshay Kumar will play the role of the protagonist in the film and Manushi Chhillar will make her debut in the film depicting the character of Sanyogita, Prithviraj Chauhan’s wife. Directed by Chandraprakash Dwivedi, the film also stars Ashutosh Rana, Sonu Sood, Manav Vij, and others.

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