Sanjay Dutt-Raveena Tandon saw Leopard in Jaipur: Sanju- said the lucky ones of Jaipur, they have a forest like Jhalana; Fierce photography in open gypsy

Bollywood actress Raveena Tandon and actor Sanjay Dutt reached Jhalana Leopard Safari Park on Thursday. Where both did a lot of photography. The Bollywood star also clicked selfies with the tourists present there. Raveena and Sanjay Dutt are in Jaipur for the past few days and shooting for the film Ghudchadhi. In between the shooting, both the actors are roaming around in Jaipur.

Actually, Sanjay Dutt and Raveena Tandon are in Jaipur for the shooting of the film Ghudchadhi for the last few days. Ghudchadhi will be a romantic comedy film. It is being directed by Binoy Gandhi. This is also Binoy's first film.

Let us tell you that Raveena Tandon and Sanjay Dutt are going to be seen in KGF 2 before this film. Sanjay Dutt is in a villain character in KGF 2. Raveena Tandon will be seen playing the role of the Prime Minister. These two actors are working together after nearly two decades. In the 90s, Sanjay Dutt and Raveena Tandon gave many successful films together. The film Aatish, Kshatriya and Vijeta are included in those few films.

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