Sanjay Dutt's Bhoomi, which begins filming next month, will be his first film after he finished his five-year jail sentence in an illegal arms possession case linked to the 1993 Bombay Blasts
"I waited for this day of azadi (freedom) for 23 years. I am not a terrorist. I was in jail under the Arms Act. It is a request, please don't call me a 1993 Bombay blast convict," said Sanjay Dutt, who walked out of jail on February 25 after completing his sentence in an arms case related to the 1993 Mumbai blasts
Sanjay Dutt is currently serving five-year sentence at Pune's Yerwada central prison for illegal possession and destruction of an AK-56 rifle in during the 1993 serial blasts. Mr Dutt's release comes 103 days ahead of the official end of his prison term on the grounds of 'good conduct,' a senior official said today
Sanjay Dutt, convicted in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case, will walk out of jail on February 27 after the Maharashtra government cleared a proposal for remission of his sentence. Sanjay Gupta said, "It's fantastic that he will be a free man again and finally be home with his family. His long and painful ordeal will end and he can start life afresh"
Governor Vidyasagar Rao reportedly rejected the petition on the recommendation of the state home department, which said it would set a bad precedent as the actor's conviction was confirmed by the Supreme Court. Sanjay Dutt was jailed in an arms case related to the 1993 Mumbai blasts
Sanjay Dutt begins the final phase of the 20-year-long saga that saw him charged with illegal arms possession in the 1993 Bombay blasts.
Two days before the Supreme Court gave its verdict on Sanjay Dutt's long-pending case on illegal possession of arms, the actor was in an unusually jocular mood.
An estimated Rs 100 crore is riding on Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt, who faces jail again after the Supreme Court on Thursday upheld his conviction under the Arms Act in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case, industry insiders said.
Actor Sanjay Dutt has been convicted by the Supreme Court today in the Arms Act case that he was booked under in connection with the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts. He has been given a 5 year sentence. He has served 18 months in jail already.