Don't give up Sanjay, says Bollywood
The Hindi film industry prays for Sanjay Dutt and expresses relief at the apex court's decision to grant interim bail to the actor. Read on...india Updated: Jun 07, 2012 17:01 IST
The Hindi film industry is relieved at the Supreme Court's decision to grant interim bail to star Sanjay Dutt. Here's what they said:
Bipasha Basu: May god be kind to him. Hopefully, his turmoil now ends for good. I'm praying for him. I hope he remains strong through all this.
Manoj Bajpai: I'm very happy and pray to god that his problems are finally sorted out. God knows he has suffered enough. I wish he'd be left in peace to live his life.
Iqbal Khan: Sanjay and I studied in the same school, Lawrence School Sanawar, in Himachal Pradesh, though he was 20 years my senior. And our school motto was, 'Never Give Up'. I want to hug him and remind him of our school motto.
Mahesh Bhatt: This is the peace between two battles. The war is yet to be won. There's no decisive triumph in his release.
Raveena Tandon: I'm ecstatic. I just wish that a permanent, positive solution comes out soon. He has been punished enough. In our country worse offenders are sitting in parliament and ruling the country.
Irrfan Khan: I feel relieved on his behalf. He has suffered more than enough in his life. Now he should be given the right to live in peace.
Anupam Kher: I'm really happy for him and his family.
Aftab Shivdasani: I can feel his family's relief and happiness. I will definitely go and visit him.
Divya Dutta: I'm very happy for him and I pray he's free for good. He has gone through so much.
Madhur Bhandarkar: Sanju baba's release is great news for the entire film industry. It's a Raksha Bandhan gift for his two loving and caring sisters.
Vipul Shah: It must be tough for anybody to live under so much stress, wondering what lies in store for him next. Knowing him, Sanju must be a stronger person now. I hope the bail isn't just a short-term respite for this troubled soul.
Dino Morea: I'm very happy for him and his family. He's a super person and I hope he doesn't have to face this trauma again...All the best, Sanju sir.
First Published: Aug 25, 2007 10:27 IST