As mayhem ensued in front of Sanjay Dutt's Bandra residence, it was a test of patience for everyone present there.
Actor Sanjay Dutt, who surrendered in court today, has been allowed some privileges when he serves time in jail.
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.
Sanjay Dutt, in a white kurta and jeans and with a red tilak on his forehead, has surrendered at a Mumbai court.
Producer TP Aggarwal, who recently wrapped up shooting for Sanjay Dutt starrer Policegiri, says the actor's wife Manyata "may step in" to promote the film, but clarified nothing has been "finalised" yet.
With a few days left for actor Sanjay Dutt to surrender in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case, trade sources said that though the actor has finished working on some movies, he still has a few projects pending.
Filmmakers Rajkumar Hirani and Vidhu Vinod Chopra, makers of the popular Munna Bhai franchise, say they will wait for the real Munna Bhai Sanjay Dutt to come out of the prison after serving his sentence to make the third film.
To wrap up his films on time, the actor been shooting in the day and dubbing in the night.
Priyanka Chopra, who has worked with Sanjay Dutt in films like Agneepath and lately in the Zanjeer remake, hopes the judiciary gives some respite to the actor keeping in mind his family.
Of all the roles that he essayed in his long and illustrious career in Bollywood, that of a jail convict was perhaps one that Sanjay Dutt least wanted to enact in real life.
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.
The 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case has haunted actor Sanjay Dutt for 20 years now. On March 20, when the Supreme Court sentenced him to five years in jail, the actor's nightmare returned.