Salman Khan and his entire family have constantly been an unwavering support to Sanjay Dutt and his family from the first run through. Instantly, when Munnabhai is returning after diminishment in his five-year sentence, Salman has made a faultless course of action to welcome the 56-year-old entertainer with a lavish get-together in investment of close family and sidekicks at his Panvel farmhouse.
Sanjay Dutt, in the wake of accomplishing Mumbai and completing his pre-organized day-long timetable, will set out toward Salman’s Panvel farmhouse with his family, where the “Dabangg” on-screen character has made game-plan for them to keep media and an extensive variety of individuals under control.
The 50-year-old on-screen character too has plans to contribute quality vitality pepping up Sanjay before he leaves to Haryana for the accompanying timetable of “Sultan.” Adding on to all these, Salman has even sent four bodyguards to the Mumbai air terminal to escort Sanjay the whole day.
On-screen character Sanjay Dutt kissed the ground and saluted the banner as he left correctional facility early today in the wake of finishing his sentence in the 1993 Mumbai impacts case.
“I sat tight during the current day of azaadi (opportunity) for a long time,” he told columnists much later at his home.
“I am not a terrorist. I was in prison under the Arms Act. It is a solicitation, kindly don’t call me a 1993 Bombay impact convict,” he claimed at the question and answer session.
Heaving an extensive back pack as he rose up out of Pune’s Yerwada prison at around 8.45 am, the 56-year-old performing artist strolled to his wife Maanayata, twins Iqra and Shahraan and movie producer Rajkumar Hirani, his companion.
In spite of the fact that he benefited reduction for “good conduct”, performing artist Sanjay Dutt was opposed to wearing jail uniform while in the Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai where he had been stopped at first after conviction in the Mumbai impacts case before being moved to Yerawada jail.
“He was not willing to wear jail uniform amid his starting stay at the Arthur street jail. He, notwithstanding, went along in the wake of being told in stern words,” Deputy Inspector General, Prisons (correctional facility organization) Swati Sathe said.
Requested that portray Dutt’s day by day routine at Yerawada Central Prison (YCP) where he spent the greater part of his five-year sentence under the Arms Act, Ms. Sathe said he took after the same drill implied for different detainees.