Sanjay Dutt is important, not my film’s budget, says Policegiri producer

With the news of Sanjay Dutt’s five-year imprisonment verdict going public this morning, the actor’s well wishers from Bollywood showed concern and full support to their favourite star

Sanjay Dutt has an interesting line-up of films releasing this year, including Zanjeer, Policegiri, Ghanchakkar, P.K. and also the most anticipated Munnabhai Chale Amrika. But with the Supreme Court’s verdict on Sanju baba’s alleged involvement in the Mumbai blasts case, we wonder what will happen to the actor’s impending projects.

TP Aggarwal, who is producing Dutt’s Policegiri – which is 95 percent ready – says after hearing the verdict that he is not bothered about his movie’s budget or about the film itself. Aggarwal insists that he is only thinking about Sanjay’s well-being. “What matters to me the most is his safety. I share a good relationship with Sanju and he is a wonderful human being. I don’t care about my film, I only care for Sanjay,” said the producer and adds, “The news is tragic. I will meet him (Sanjay) tomorrow (Friday) and will see what to do. We are only thinking positive, let us see what happens,” he added.

The film’s co-producer Rahul Aggarwal said, “Only good things happen to good guys and I haven’t found a better human being than Sanjay Dutt in this industry. We all are hoping for a change in the sentence as Sanjayji still has a chance to file a review petition against the verdict within the next four weeks.”