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Sanjay Dutt plans to work for from home

Sanjay Dutt has been granted a four-week extension by the Supreme Court to complete his on-going films. Since then, there have been speculations and rumours in the industry about what his plan of action will be. And if sources are to be believed, Sanjay has already chalked out his schedule.

bollywood Updated: Apr 20, 2013 16:57 IST
Shalvi Mangaokar
Sanjay Dutt
Sanjay-Dutt

On Wednesday, Sanjay Dutt was granted a four-week extension by the Supreme Court to complete his on-going films. Since then, there have been speculations and rumours in the industry about what his plan of action will be. And if sources are to be believed, Sanjay has already chalked out his schedule.

A source reveals, “He still has to shoot for Policegiri and then there’s some dubbing left for the Zanjeer remake too. Besides, he has a large portion to shoot for Unglee, including a song and a few scenes. Apoorva Lakhia, his Zanjeer director suggested that he dub from home. So his team has set up a dubbing studio at his place as that way he will save some time.”

Meanwhile, the source adds that some religious ceremonies are taking place at Sanjay’s house. “He believes in God and the power of prayers. Some pujas are being conducted at his home with the entire family participating,” the source says.

Unfinished business (Dibyojyoti Baksi)
Sanjay Dutt has four weeks to finish his pending work, but it looks like one of his films will remain unfinished. Policegiri producer Rahul Aggarwal’s next project, Wasooli, which is also on the floors, might not be accommodated in the actor’s tight schedule.

“Sanjay had shot for four days (for Wasooli) but the film will be stuck for sure as I need him for 55 days which is not possible,” says Rahul.

The makers, however, are not replacing Sanjay with another actor. “I will wait for Sanju to come back and will restart the film then. I will put my film on hold,” says Rahul, who has two days of shooting and some dubbing left with Sanjay for Policegiri.