In Sanjay Dutt‘s biopic Sanju, the role of his real-life best friend Paresh Ghelani was played by actor Vicky Kaushal as Kamlesh Kanhaiyalal Kapasi aka Kamli. Every character in Sanju did an incredible job, including Vicky. After knowing about Paresh through the film, the audiences have been eager to know more about him. Earlier today, Vicky, who is active on social media, took to his Instagram and shared a picture with real-life Kamli, Paresh. Seeing the duo in the same frame is surely pleasing to the eyes. In the picture, they both had their arms around each other and their fingers pointed towards each other. Both were seen sporting t-shirts with smiles on their faces. Vicky captioned it, “Real and Reel. Paria and Kamli. @impareshghelani #Sanju” Also Read - Sanjay Dutt Finally Meets His Children Shahraan, Iqra in Dubai After Months of Lockdown
Recently, Paresh who after a long time returned to the microblogging site Twitter shared his love for Sanjay by writing a heart touching note and posted it. He started by talking about how he felt after watching Sanju and wrote, “After watching the film ‘Sanju’ I was numb, numb with limitless emotions. I wanted to just hug him, hold on to him and cry.” He further went on to say, “Sanju is an ode to falling, rising, making mistakes and learning, flaws, imperfection – everything that defines the core of friendship. It is more importantly a relentless pursuit of life with all its shades. I know I share this sentiment with all friends and family close to him.” Replying to this Sanjay on Sunday took to his Twitter to thank Paresh for being his ‘pillar of strength.’ He wrote, “@pareshghelani you are the pillar of my strength. Thank you for being there, then and now. Welcome to the world of social media buddy! Love you lots.” Also Read - Sanjay Dutt Jets Off to Dubai With Maanayata to Spend Time With Kids For a Week
Check out Vicky’s post:
The bond that Sanjay and Paresh share is now in front of the whole world. True friendship lasts a lifetime and the two are lucky to have each others’ back.