Manisha Koirala, the actor who played the role of Nargis Dutt, Sanjay Dutt’s mother in the biopic Sanju, has been celebrating on the success of the film and recently attended a success party of the film where she could not stop grooving to the songs of Sanjay. During an interview with DNA, Manisha expressed her love for dance and said,  “Oh yes, I love to dance! I think everybody was having a blast. It was a good, happy moment, so there was all the more reason to do so.”Also Read - Sanjay Dutt Birthday Special: Watch Video to Know How Nargis Dutt Named Him to Controversial Drug Angles, Lesser Known Facts About Sanjay Dutt

Manisha fought a long battle with Ovarian Cancer in 2012. Being a cancer survivor, Manisha was previously sceptical of playing the role of Nargis since Nargis too was a victim of cancer and Manisha was afraid if she could be in that frame of mind again. She told Bollywood Life, “I was a little apprehensive because of the health factor. The health history of Nargis Dutt ji and mine. I wasn’t sure if I could be in that frame of mind, or in that space, to do justice. So I was a bit apprehensive initially. I came here to meet Raj sir (Rajkumar Hirani). When he narrated me the entire thing showed me the rushes… that’s when I agreed to do it.” Also Read - KGF 2: Sanjay Dutt Unveils New Look of Adheera On His 62nd Birthday

Doing justice to Nargis’ role, the actor received a lot of love from the industry and received calls from actors like Rishi Kapoor, Rekha and Vidya Balan. She even received a call from her mother in Nepal, appreciating her work and the film. Manisha was quoted by DNA saying, “My mother called me from Nepal and told me she is so proud of me and the movie. She even took Rishiji’s number from me to tell him how brilliant his son is!” “Oh yes, I love to dance! I think everybody was having a blast. It was a good, happy moment, so there was all the more reason to do so.” Manisha is now eagerly waiting for Sanjay and his family to return from Singapore and celebrate once again. She says, “Once he’s back and everyone else is free, we should meet up.” Also Read - Zaalima Coca Cola Twitter Review: Nora Fatehi's Song Receives Mixed Reactions, Netizens Begin Hilarious Meme Fest