Sanjay Dutt's comeback film Bhoomi
is the story of a father-daughter relationship
- Mr Dutt has dedicated the film to his real life daughter Trishala. Ahead of its release, what makes Bhoomi
extra special is a shout-out from the 58-year-old actor's daughter. Trishala shared a heart-warming message for the Khalnayak
actor, along with the first poster of the movie. "Thank you for gifting and dedicating your hard work to me! I'm so proud of you dad. For every set back God has a major comeback. I love you, thank you," she wrote on Instagram. The trailer of Omung Kumar-directed Bhoomi
was unveiled on August 10, as a birthday gift on Trishala's special day. The trailer was supposed to release earlier on the actor's birthday on July 29 but was rescheduled to be postponed later on Mr Dutt's request.
Read Trishala's note here:
Trishala is Sanjay Dutt's daughter from his first marriage to Richa Sharma. Sanjay Dutt is currently married to Maanyata and the two are parents to twins Shahraan and Iqra. However, Trishala reviews Maanayata's social media feed regularly, often leaving 'hearts' and 'likes' on her Instagram posts
Trishala's shout-out comes within days of her writing a lovely letter to Mr Dutt
for having shared the trailer on her birthday. Mr Dutt was taken by surprise and visibly overwhelmed when Trishala's letter was read out at the trailer launch. This is what she had to say: "My dearest papa dukes, it feels so nice to know that you've chosen to launch the trailer of Bhoomi on my birthday as a surprise. It gives me so much joy to know that you've chosen a film based on a father-daughter relationship as your comeback film as well. I'm really proud of you Dad. You are stronger than you know. I'm blessed to be a part of you. I love you forever, Trishala."Bhoomi
casts Aditi Rao Hydari as the onscreen daughter of Mr Dutt's character and is set to arrive in theatres on September 22. Bhoomi
also stars actors Sharad Kelkar and Sidhant Gupta.
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