Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt on Tuesday requested the anti-terror court that sentenced him to six years rigorous imprisonment in the Mumbai bombings to give him time to surrender and allow him to receive a call from his daughter Trishala in New York.
"I have conducted myself well for the last 14 years. You know me better than even my family knows me," an emotional Dutt told special judge PD Kode who has been hearing the case for the last 14 years.
"Please don't let the police surround me like a common criminal or a terrorist when they take me away," the star pleaded.
Kode said he would consider his plea. "I will meet you after lunch," the judge said.