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Sanjay Dutt faces camera for the first time since he became a free man

bollywood Updated: May 16, 2016 19:13 IST
Shalvi Mangaokar
Sanjay Dutt, who was released from Yerwada Central Jail, Pune, on February 25, shot for an ad on May 13 in Madh Island. This is the first time, since his release, that he has faced the camera.

Sanjay Dutt, who was released from Yerwada Central Jail, Pune, on February 25, shot for an ad on May 13 in Madh Island. This is the first time, since his release, that he has faced the camera. (Pramod Thakur/ Hindustan Times)

Sanjay Dutt, who was released from Yerwada Central Jail, Pune, on February 25, is finally back to work. The actor shot for an ad on May 13 in Madh Island. This is the first time, since his release, that he has faced the camera.

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An insider reveals, “On the day of the shoot, Sanjay arrived before time. The crew requested the actor for some pictures, and he happily obliged. He even gave them autographs, making everyone, from the light man to the helpers, very happy. Sanjay finished the shoot before time, and even bonded with the kids, who were also part of the shoot.”

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On the other hand, Sanjay has been working hard on his physique. The insider adds, “Sanjay has adopted an unusual workout regime. During his time at Yerwada, he had learnt new ways of maintaining his fitness levels by adopting new exercises.

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As he had no access to a gym, Sanjay started using two steel buckets filled with water as his dumb-bells.” Apparently, even now, Sanjay is still doing the same. The insider says, “Sanjay still uses these buckets as his dumb-bells, and does all those free-hand exercises he used to do in jail, at his residence in Bandra (W). He dedicates two hours daily to this routine.”