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Sanjay unsure of doing films in the one month period

Sources close to Sanjay say Dutt maybe out on bail but is unsure of completing his film projects during this period.

india Updated: Aug 27, 2007 18:37 IST

He may have got a chance to stay out of jail for a month but actor Sanjay Dutt is unsure as to whether he will get back to films in this period, sources close to him said in Mumbai.

True, Sanjay will be out of jail for at least a month now but it is not yet certain that he will get back to films in this period. He is in talks with his lawyers now and discussing every issue in detail, sources said.

Dutt, who appeared before the special TADA court on Monday, was told he would get a copy of order of his conviction on September 27. The Supreme Court has granted the actor bail until he gets a copy of that.

Dutt was sentenced to six years RI for possesing illegal weapons by the special TADA court hearing the 1993 serial blasts case on July 31 this year.

With as much as as Rs 100 crore riding on the actor in the shape of unfinished films, the producers who had signed him on were forced to wait and watch.

Two of Dutt's films which were on floors when the sentence came were


director Sanjay Gadhvi's


and Abbas Mustan's

Mr Fraud


No doubt, Sanjay has to complete these two films but whether he will do it now is a decision he has to take after careful consideration with his lawyers and family, sources said.

First Published: Aug 27, 2007 18:14 IST