Actor Shah Rukh Khan finally took out time to go and meet actor Sanjay Dutt at his bunglow late on Thursday night.
Sanjay Dutt got really emotional recently during a press conference to clear that he had no intention to appeal for pardon. Check out more pics from the event.
“SRK stayed for a couple of hours. It was an intense and emotional conversation. SRK also talked to Manaayata,” says a source. Meanwhile, a source close to Dutt has
revealed that the star is likely to petition for a month’s extension before he returns to prison, in order to finish pending films.
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(With additonal inputs)