Watch Sanju tune Baba Bolta Hain; Ranbir Kapoor-Sanjay Dutt’s trend anthem against media

The Sanju tune Baba Bolta Hain Bas Ho Gaya, featuring Ranbir Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt, has been released online. Watch as they rage against the media.

Ranbir Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt in a still from the Sanju melody, Baba Bolta Hain Bas Ho Gaya.
T-Series has released the music training video for the music Baba Bolta Hain Bas Ho Gaya from the film Sanju, based on the life of acting professional Sanjay Dutt and starring Ranbir Kapoor. The tune features both Ranbir and Sanjay as they interact with one another and backup dancers perform in the backdrop.

The lyrics of the track target the ‘false information’ that the multimedia allegedly pass on about Sanjay’s life and troubles with the law. This is a style that is ever-present in the film, and in addition has been the reason why many audience users have questioned director Rajkumar Hirani’s approach to repairing the actor’s image by blaming the media’s coverage of his life.

“Achhi khaasi life ka circus ho gaya (they made a mockery of a perfectly fine life),” Ranbir and Sanjay sing in the video. The lyrics also highlight the way the media can exaggerate the lives of celebrities by reporting a simple nap as passing out in a drunken point out. The track also questions the ‘resources’ who expose insights into celebrities’ lives and how stars are in the mercy of what has been discussed them.

The video ends with both Ranbir and Sanjay ripping newspaper publishers angrily and throwing them in the audience’s faces.

The Hindustan Times review says, “Sanju shows what we all know. There are riots, an acting professional whose producers have immediate links with the underworld and a multimedia susceptible to sensationalism. Out of these, Hirani picks the mass media as the antagonist. Gradually and gradually, everything boils right down to this issue of multimedia being the true culprit because it kept the limelight on Sanjay.”

The film, despite blended reactions, has truly gone on to turn into a runaway success at the pack office, raking in Rs 73.35 crore in only two times of release.