Sanjay Dutt is greeted by his fans as he arrives in Mumbai. Dutt has appealed to India's Supreme Court to give him some more time ...
Sanjay Dutt along with his sisters Priya Dutt and Namrata inaugurated and handed over the Mobile Mamography Unit to leading oncologist Dr Advani's Helping Hand ...
Actor Sanjay Dutt speaking to the media on Sunday, May 5. Court has sentenced Dutt to five years in prison for illegal possession of weapons ...
Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt watches as the inauguration of Mobile Mamography Unit to leading oncologist Dr Advani's Helping Hand foundation on behalf of the Nargis ...
Sanjay Dutt has appealed to Supreme Court to give him some more time before he begins a prison sentence for a 1993 weapons conviction linked ...
Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt's much-talked about film Policegiri's first poster is out! The actor, who just wrapped up his shoot for the film, is looking rather good in the still.
Sanjay has completed the film few days back and he is even through with dubbing, producer TP Aggarwal told IANS.
"The film is looking really good. I can assure you this is one of Sanjay Dutt's best work so far. The film is slated for July 5 release and I believe we have made a good film", said Aggarwal.
The 53-year-old has finished shooting for most of his pending projects within the four weeks that were given to him. The actor has to surrender before jail authorities on May 16.
Policegiri, is a remake of 2003 Tamil hit Saamy, is directed by KS Ravi Kumar and it also features Prachi Desai in the female lead.
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