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Salman Khan plans private party to celebrate Sanjay Dutt’s release

Salman Khan will be hosting Sanjay Dutt upon his release from Yerawada prison on Thursday morning. A lavish party is planned at Salman’s Panvel farmhouse where Bollywood friends of the two stars will be present.

Sanjay Dutt Released Updated: Feb 25, 2016 13:33 IST
Salman Khan will reportedly celebrate Sanjay Dutt’s release from jail with a private bash at his Panvel farmhouse.
Salman Khan will reportedly celebrate Sanjay Dutt’s release from jail with a private bash at his Panvel farmhouse.

Salman Khan and his ‘Khan’daan have always been a steady support to Sanjay Dutt and his family. To celebrate Dutt’s release from Yerawada prison on Thursday morning, Salman will be throwing a lavish party

Dutt was released Thursday after completing his five-year prison sentence for illegal weapons possession in a case linked to the 1993 terror attack in India’s financial capital Mumbai. Dutt’s wife Manyata and noted filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani greeted the actor as he came out of the prison gate in the western city of Pune.

Now, Salman has made a perfect plan to welcome the 56-year-old actor with a lavish party, which will be attended by family and close Bollywood friends of the duo at his Panvel farmhouse.

Watch: Sanjay Dutt leaves Yerawada prison

Sanjay Dutt, after reaching Mumbai and completing his pre-planned day-long schedule, will head to Salman’s Panvel farmhouse with his family, where the Dabangg actor has made arrangement so that media and all kinds of intrusions are kept at bay.

The 50-year-old actor too has plans to spend quality time with Sanjay before he leaves for Haryana to work on the next schedule of Sultan. Salman also sent four bodyguards to the Mumbai airport to escort Sanjay the whole day.

Sanjay has reached Mumbai after serving the remainder of his five-year sentence for possession of illegal arms in the ?93 Mumbai bomb blasts case and now will be heading for Siddhivinayak. (ANI)