Actor Sanjay Dutt is not nervous about his upcoming biopic as he believes his life, despite many controversies, has been an open book.
The 57-year-old actor, who is currently shooting his comeback film 'Bhoomi' after completing his jail term, is looking forward to the movie.
"I'm not nervous about anything... Don't you all know about my life? And my things are out in the open. I've just given my story and I've been with Rajkumar Hirani (while he was writing the film)," said Dutt.
Talking about the new age actors, Dutt was all praise for Ranbir Kapoor, Ranveer Singh, Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt for the way they are handling their career in Bollywood. Ranbir will be seen playing Dutt in the upcoming biopic.
"I like Ranbir and Ranveer. Varun has also done some good work. These young boys and girls are really doing well. Alia is amazing. They work professionally and they perform well."
The actor says he chose Omung Kumar's revenge drama as his comeback film over a sequel because he appreciates good cinema.
"All my life I've been doing films which are original. I appreciate that people are recognising and appreciating that we're doing a film which we have thought about, we've written and is a film of a common man," the actor said.
Dutt says he does not regret missing out on big budget films released in the last few years as he has worked in almost every genre.
"I have done every genre possible. I don't regret anything nor do I want to be a part of any other film. But yes, I do appreciate good cinema and good performances. It's only good for our industry that all the films should do well. Our industry should grow like that."