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Sanjay Dutt to miss Ghanchakkar?

In the four weeks he has before he surrenders before the law, Sanjay Dutt's priority may be to finish the bigger roles he has in P.K. and Policegiri. So he might not be able to shoot for his cameo in Rajkumar Gupta’s Ghanchakkar.

bollywood Updated: Mar 23, 2013 13:47 IST
Dibyojyoti Baksi
Dibyojyoti Baksi
Hindustan Times
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Thursday’s Supreme Court verdict has left filmmakers working with Sanjay Dutt worried.

The SC sentenced Sanjay Dutt to five years’ imprisonment, of which the actor has already served 18 months. But he has another four weeks before he must surrender, during which he has to wrap up most of his immediate work.

A trade source reveals that Sanjay’s priority now will be to finish the bigger roles he has in Rajkumar Hirani’s P.K. and KS Ravikumar’s Policegiri. So he might not be able to shoot for his cameo in Rajkumar Gupta’s Ghanchakkar.

"Sanjay has too many things to finish, and there is little time. It seems difficult for him to find two more days for his cameo in Ghanchakkar," says the source. The makers are in talks with Sanjay, but are also thinking about replacing him. We tried contacting Gupta, but he and producer UTV Motion Pictures chose not to comment.


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Press Council of India Justice Markandey Katju Friday said that he appealed for Sanjay Dutt's pardon in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case on humanitarian grounds and said that he wasn't questioning the Supreme Court verdict.

Katju sought pardon for Dutt under Article 161 of the Constitution saying that he had not been found guilty of having played a role in the 1993 blasts and had suffered a lot. READ ON

First Published: Mar 23, 2013 13:07 IST