Friendship has no bound it does not constrain itself to people you meet outside but the word friend implies to everyone who backs you up, after all a friend in need is a friend in deed. This is what we learn from movie Sanju we don’t just get to experience a relationship of mere friendship with a shadowing friend but we get to witness unconditional love of a father.
We see Kamlesh “Kamli”, (Sanjay Dutt’s friend) sharing a beautiful bond of friendship with Sanjay Dutt. Kamlesh is shown backing Sanju everywhere, he also drops the plan of buying a car and instead buys a plane ticket to reach Sanju and support him in his difficult times. He is seen helping Sanju fight his drug problem also he is seen taking his stand in every possible situation he can. From which we can extract that a true friend might not just be a person whom we have known throughout our lives, sometimes it’s just a person whom we feel connected with, friendship is not about materialism it is not about give and take it’s the rawest form of love.
But the lesson of friendship just doesn’t ends up with “Kamli” it digs deeper into our souls with the friendship Sanju (Sanjay Dutt) shares with his father. His father Paresh Rawal as in the movie and Sunil Dutt in real, is shown to be another constant strength that stands by Sanjay in his highs and lows, his father is seen to be his greatest strength. His unconditional love and his support helps Sanjay to fight back the biggest wars of his life, his teachings changed him into a man we see today, he is seen to be not just a friend, but a teacher who teaches Sanjay life.
Just as a fairy, friends can too do wonders to our lives.