Will Sanjay Dutt’s conviction be upheld by the Supreme Court of India?

At least that’s what the Central Bureau of Investigation wants the apex court to do

Sanjay Dutt, who was one of the accused in the 1993 Bombay blasts case for the illegal possession of a 9-mm pistol and an AK 56 rifle, was sentenced to six years of imprisonment in November 2006 by the special Terrorist and Disruptive Activities Act (TADA) court in Mumbai.

But after Dutt challenged the judgment saying that he had bought the weapon just to protect his family was granted a bail in 2007.

Now, during the final hearing of this case in the Supreme Court of India, the CBI has told the court to uphold Dutt’s conviction.

So does that mean its Sanju baba’s turn to complete his sentence? And will it put an end to his Bollywood career?