Sanjay Dutt filmography

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Dutt promoting action drama film Bhoomi in 2017

Sanjay Dutt is an Indian actor known for his work in Bollywood. He made his acting debut in 1981, opposite Tina Ambani, in his father Sunil Dutt's romantic action film Rocky (1981). Rocky was ranked at tenth highest-grossing Bollywood films of 1981.[1] After appearing in a series of box office flops, he starred in Mahesh Bhatt's crime thriller film Naam (1986). Dutt received critical acclaim for his performance, and it became a turning point in his career.[2]

In 1991, Dutt appeared in Lawrence D'Souza's Indian romantic drama film Saajan (1991), starring alongside Madhuri Dixit and Salman Khan.[3] For his performance, Dutt was nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Actor.[4] He was nominated again for the same award for his performance in Khalnayak (1993).[4] Dutt won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor—for portraying a young man who later becomes a gangster in Vaastav: The Reality (1999).[5] He also received critical acclaim for his performance.[6][7][8][9] Dutt next appeared in Vidhu Vinod Chopra's crime thriller film Mission Kashmir (2000).[10] For his performance, Dutt was nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Actor.[11]

In 2003, Dutt appeared in Rajkumar Hirani's directorial debut: comedy-drama film Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. (2003).[12] He played Munna Bhai, who attends medical school to obtain an MBBS degree.[12] The film was successful at the box office, grossing 230 million (equivalent to 630 million or US$9.1 million in 2018) in India and 360 million (equivalent to 990 million or US$14 million in 2018) worldwide.[13] Dutt won Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role.[14][15]

In 2006, Dutt starred in sequel of Munna Bhai M.B.B.S., alongside Arshad Warsi, Vidya Balan, and Boman Irani in Rajkumar Hirani's comedy-drama film Lage Raho Munna Bhai (2006).[16] The film received critical acclaim,[17][18][19] and Dutt went on to win several awards, including Screen Award for Best Actor (Critics), and Zee Cine Critics Award for Best Actor – Male.[20][21] Dutt has frequently collaborated with directors Rajkumar Hirani,[22] Vidhu Vinod Chopra,[23] and Mahesh Bhatt.[24] Apart from acting, Dutt has hosted season 5 of Bigg Boss (2011—2012) alongside Salman Khan.[25][26]

Films[edit]

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title Role(s) Director Notes Ref(s)
1971 Reshma Aur Shera Qawwali singer Sunil Dutt Child actor [27]
1981 Rocky Rakesh Sunil Dutt [28]
1982 Johny I Love You Raju S. Singh/Johny Rakesh Kumar [29]
Vidhaata Kunal Singh Subhash Ghai [30]
1983 Main Awara Hoon Sanjeev 'Sanju' Kumar Ashim Samanta [31]
Bekaraar Shyam V. B. Rajendra Prasad [32]
1984 Zameen Asmaan Sanjay Bharat Rangachary [33]
Mera Faisla Raj Saxena Rajendra Singh Babu [34]
1985 Do Dilon Ki Dastaan Vijay Kumar Saxena A V Tirlokchander [35]
Jaan Ki Baazi Insepctor Amar / Lakshman (Dual role) Ajay Kashyap [36]
1986 Naam Vicky Kapoor Mahesh Bhatt [37]
Mera Haque Amar Singh / Amru Dada (Dual role) Ajay Kashyap [38]
Jeeva Jeeva/Jeevan Thakur Raj N. Sippy [39]
1987 Imaandaar Rajesh 'Raju' Sushil Malik [40]
Naam O Nishan Suraj S. Singh Ajay Kashyap [41]
Inaam Dus Hazaar Kamal Malhotra / Ashok Saxena Jyotin Goel [42]
1988 Mardon Wali Baat Tinku Brij Sadanah [43]
Khatron Ke Khiladi Rajesh Tatineni Rama Rao [44]
Mohabbat Ke Dushman Hashim Prakash Mehra [45]
Kabzaa Ravi Varma Mahesh Bhatt [46]
Jeete Hain Shaan Se Govinda Kawal Sharma [47]
1989 Do Qaidi Manu Ajay Kashyap [48]
Ilaaka Suraj Verma Aziz Sejawal [49]
Kanoon Apna Apna Ravi Kumar J. Singh B. Gopal [50]
Taaqatwar Amar Sharma David Dhawan [51]
Hum Bhi Insaan Hain Bhola Manivannan [52]
Hathyar Avinash J. P. Dutta [53]
1990 Zahreelay Rakesh 'Raaka' Rai Jyotin Goel [54]
Kroadh Vijay 'Munna' 'Vijju' V. Shukla Shashilal K. Nair [55]
Thanedaar Brijesh Chandar (Birju) Raj N. Sippy [56]
Tejaa Tejaa/Sanjay Ramesh Puri [57]
Khatarnaak Suraj 'Sunny' Bharat Rangachary [58]
Jeene Do Karamveer Rajesh Seth [59]
1991 Khoon Ka Karz Arjun Mukul S. Anand [60]
Do Matwale Ajay Ajay Kashyap [61]
Saajan Aman Verma / Sagar Lawrence D'Souza Nominated: Filmfare Best Actor Award [62]
Sadak Ravi Mahesh Bhatt [63]
Yodha Suraj Rahul Rawail [64]
Qurbani Rang Layegi Raj Kishen Raj N. Sippy [65]
Fateh Karan Talat Jani [66]
1992 Adharm Vicky Verma Aziz Sejawal [67]
Sahebzaade Raja Ajay Kashyap [68]
Sarphira Suresh Sinha Ashok Gaikwad [69]
Yalgaar Vishal Singhal Feroz Khan [70]
Jeena Marna Tere Sang Amar Vijay Reddy [71]
1993 Kshatriya Vikram Singh (Mirtagarh) J. P. Dutta [72]
Gumrah Jagan Nath (Jaggu) Mahesh Bhatt [73]
Sahibaan Kunwar Vijay Pal Singh/ Old Narrator Ramesh Talwar [74]
Meri Aan Himself Roopesh Kumar Cameo appearance [75]
Khalnayak Balaram Rakesh Prasad 'Ballu' Subhash Ghai Nominated – Filmfare Award for Best Actor [76]
1994 Zamane Se Kya Darna Vikram 'Vicky' V. Singh Bobby Raj [77]
Insaaf Apne Lahoo Se Raju Latif Khan [78]
Pyar Ka Rog Himself Akashdeep Cameo appearance [79]
Amaanat Vijay Raj N. Sippy [80]
Aatish: Feel the Fire Baba Sanjay Gupta [81]
1995 Andolan Adarsh Pradhan Aziz Sejawal [82]
Jai Vikraanta Vikraanta A. Singh Sultan Ahmed [83]
1996 Vijeta Ashok K. Muralimohana Rao [84]
Namak Gopal Kawal Sharma [85]
1997 Mahaanta Sanjay 'Sanju' Malhotra Afzal Khan [86]
Daud Nandu Ram Gopal Varma [87]
Sanam Narendra Anand (Hero) Aziz Sejawal [88]
1998 Dushman Suraj Singh Rathod Tanuja Chandra [89]
Achanak Himself Naresh Malhotra Cameo appearance [90]
Chandralekha Raj Kapoor Krishna Vamsi Telugu film
Cameo appearance
[91]
1999 Daag: The Fire Karan Singh Raj Kanwar [92]
Kartoos Raja/Jeet Balraj Mahesh Bhatt [93]
Safari Kishan 'Captain' Jatin Khanna Jyotin Goel [94]
Haseena Maan Jaayegi Sonu David Dhawan [95]
Vaastav: The Reality Raghunath Namdev Shivalkar (Raghu Bhai) Mahesh Manjrekar Filmfare Award for Best Actor [96]
Khoobsurat Sanju (Sanjay Shastri) Sanjay Chhel [97]
2000 Khauff Anthony/Vicky/Babu Sanjay Gupta [98]
Baaghi Raja Rajesh Kumar Singh [99]
Chal Mere Bhai Vicky Oberoi David Dhawan [100]
Jung Balli Sanjay Gupta [101]
Nidaan Himself Mahesh Manjrekar Cameo appearance [102]
Mission Kashmir Inayat Khan Vidhu Vinod Chopra Nominated: Filmfare Award for Best Actor [103]
Kurukshetra Prithviraj Singh Mahesh Manjrekar [104]
Raju Chacha Gafoor Anil Devgan Cameo appearance [105]
2001 Jodi No.1 Jai David Dhawan [106]
2002 Pitaah Rudra Mahesh Manjrekar [107]
Hum Kisise Kum Nahin Munna Bhai David Dhawan [108]
Yeh Hai Jalwa Shera David Dhawan Cameo appearance [109]
Maine Dil Tujhko Diya Bhai-Jaan Sohail Khan [110]
Hathyar Rohit Raghunath Shivalkar/
Raghunath Namdev Shivalkar(Dual role)
Mahesh Manjrekar Sequel to Vaastav: The Reality [111]
Annarth Iqbal Danger Ravi Dewan [112]
Kaante Jay 'Ajju' Rehan Sanjay Gupta Nominated: Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award [113]
2003 Ek Aur Ek Gyarah Sitara David Dhawan [114]
LOC Kargil Y.K. Joshi J. P. Dutta [115]
Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. Murli Prasad Sharma (Munna Bhai) Rajkumar Hirani Filmfare Best Comedian Award [116]
2004 Plan Mussabhai Hriday Shetty [117]
Rudraksh Varun Mani Shankar [118]
Deewaar Khan Milan Luthria [119]
Rakht Rahul Mahesh Manjrekar [120]
Musafir Billa Sanjay Gupta [121]
2005 Shabd Shaukat Vashisht Leena Yadav [122]
Tango Charlie Vikram Rathore Mani Shankar [123]
Parineeta Girish Sharma Pradeep Sarkar Nominated: Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award [72]
Dus Siddanth Dheer Anubhav Sinha [124]
Viruddh... Family Comes First Ali Asgar Mahesh Manjrekar [125]
Shaadi No. 1 Lakhwinder 'Lucky' Singh Lakha David Dhawan [126]
Ek Ajnabee Hip Hop MC Apoorva Lakhia Guest appearance [127]
Vaah! Life Ho Toh Aisi! Yamaraj M. A / Himself (Dual role) Mahesh Manjrekar [128]
2006 Tathastu Ravi Rajput Anubhav Sinha [129]
Zinda Balajit 'Bala' Roy Sanjay Gupta Also credited as presentation producer [130]
Taxi No. 9211 Narrator Milan Luthria [131]
Anthony Kaun Hai Master Madan Raj Kaushal [132]
Lage Raho Munna Bhai Murli Prasad Sharma (Munna Bhai) Rajkumar Hirani Nominated: Filmfare Award for Best Actor [116]
Sarhad Paar Ranjeet Singh Raman Kumar [133]
2007 Eklavya: The Royal Guard Pannalal Chohar Vidhu Vinod Chopra [134]
Nehlle Pe Dehlla Johnny Ajay Chandok [135]
Shootout at Lokhandwala Aftab Ahmed Khan Sanjay Gupta [136]
Dhamaal Kabir Nayak Indra Kumar [137]
Om Shanti Om Himself Farah Khan Guest appearance in the song "Deewangi Deewangi" [138]
Dus Kahaniyan Baba Hyderabadi Sanjay Gupta [139]
2008 Superstar Himself Rohit Jugraj Chauhan Cameo appearance [140]
Woodstock Villa Gaurav Sanjay Gupta [141]
Mehbooba Shravan 'S.D.' Dhariwal Afzal Khan [142]
C Kkompany Item Boy Sachin Yardi Cameo appearance [143]
Kidnap Vikrant Raina Sanjay Gadhvi [144]
EMI Sattarbhai Saurabh Kabra [145]
2009 Kal Kissne Dekha DJ – Playback Singer Vivek Sharma Guest appearance [146]
Luck Karim Musa Soham Shah [147]
Shortkut Himself Neeraj Vora Cameo appearance
Also producer
[148]
Blue Sagar 'Sethji' Singh Anthony D'Souza [149]
All The Best: Fun Begins Dharam Kapoor Rohit Shetty [150]
Aladin The Ring Master Sujoy Ghosh Guest appearance [151]
2010 Lamhaa Vikram Sabharwal / Gul Jahangir Rahul Dholakia [152]
Knock Out Veer Vijay Singh Mani Shankar [153]
Tees Maar Khan Narrator Farah Khan [154]
No Problem Yash Ambani Anees Bazmee [155]
Toonpur Ka Super Hero Narrator Kireet Khurana [156]
2011 Ready Marriage magistrate / Divorce lawyer Anees Bazmee Cameo appearance [157]
Double Dhamaal Kabir Nayak Indra Kumar [158]
Chatur Singh Two Star Chatur Singh Ajay Chandok [159]
Rascals Chetan Chauhan David Dhawan Also producer [160][161]
Ra.One Khalnayak Anubhav Sinha Cameo appearance [162][163]
Desi Boyz Mr. Khalnayak Rohit Dhawan Uncredited [164]
2012 Agneepath Kancha Cheena Karan Malhotra [165]
Department Mahadev Bhonsle Ram Gopal Varma [166]
Son of Sardaar Billu Ashwni Dhir [167]
2013 Zila Ghaziabad Pritam Singh Anand Kumar [168]
Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke Karate Jyotin Goel Cameo appearance [169]
Policegiri Rudra 'Baba' Aditya Devaraj K. S. Ravikumar [170]
Zanjeer Sher Khan Apoorva Lakhia [171]
2014 Ungli Ashok Kale Rensil D'Silva [172]
PK Bhairon Singh Rajkumar Hirani [173]
2017 Bhoomi Arun Omung Kumar [174]
2018 Sanju Himself Rajkumar Hirani Guest appearance in song "Baba Bolta Hain Bas Ho Gaya" [175]
Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster 3 Uday Pratap Singh Tigmanshu Dhulia [176]
2019 Kalank Balraj Chaudhry Abhishek Varman [177]
Prassthanam Baldev Pratap Singh Deva Katta Also producer [178][179][180]
TorbaazFilms that have not yet been released TBA Girish Malik Post–production [181][182]
PanipatFilms that have not yet been released Ahmad Shah Abdali Ashutosh Gowariker Filming [183][184]
2020 Sadak 2Films that have not yet been released Ravi Mahesh Bhatt Filming [185][186]
K.G.F: Chapter 2Films that have not yet been released Adheera Prashanth Neel Filming; Kannada film [187][188]
Bhuj: The Pride of IndiaFilms that have not yet been released Ranchordas Savabhai Rabari ‘Pagi’ Abhishek Dudhaiya Filming [189]

Television[edit]

Year Title Notes Ref.
2011 Bigg Boss 5 Host [190]

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