New Delhi, July 31 (ANI
): Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt has shared his fondest memories about his early life, his parents and struggles he faced in his life on the occasion of his 57th birthday.
In a candid interview with 92.7 BIG FM
's show 'BIG Talkies', Sanjay talked about the transformations he experienced from being a teenager to a matured personality.
"I think every teenage boy is like how I was when I was young but I was always misunderstood for being a bad boy. People think that Sanjay Dutt
must have had a special life as a young boy being Nargis and Sunil Dutt's son but that was not the case," he said.
"We 3 siblings were raised just as normally as any other kid. Rest I guess you always mature with age and learn a lot of things like you become more calm, more understanding and more accepting. It's very important to accept things in life," he added.
Talking about his new movie directed by Mahesh Manjarekar
, the 'Munna Bhai' star said, "De dhakka has a very different concept. It's about a disjointed family that comes together for a cause. The journey afterwards is very interesting."
Recently, the 'Khalnayak' actor addressed the media on the occasion of his 57th birthday
at his residence Imperial Heights in Bandra, where he also cleared the air on his rumoured cold war with close friend Salman Khan.
On the professional front, Sanju Baba has a lot on his plate this year. He would be seen in 'Munnabhai 3' and in 'Marco Bhau'. (ANI