1993 bomb blasts case News
Sanjay Dutt leaves for Pune’s Yerwada Jail after his three month parole ends
The actor was accompanied by his good friend Bunty Walia
Actor Sanjay Dutt Saturday left for Pune’s Yerwada Jail after his parole, which was granted on the grounds of his wife Maanyata’s health, came to an end. Click here to read more
Sanjay Dutt granted one month parole extension
The actor was supposed to return to Yerawada jail on January 21
The state government has granted a parole extension of 30 days to Sanjay Dutt. The actor, who is currently on a month’s leave from prison, was expected to return to jail on January 21. Click here to read more
Sanjay Dutt in jail: Home food, fan and mosquito repellent, but no cigarettes!
The actor, who was worried about the conditions in prison, has been granted certain allowances by the TADA court
Sanjay Dutt, who surrendered on May 16 before the special TADA court in Mumbai in order to complete his three-and-a-half year sentence in prison, was worried about the conditions in jail. The troubled Bollywood actor was convicted in the 1993 Mumbai serial bomb blasts case for possession of arms including AK-56 rifles. Click here to read more
Sanjay Dutt jail sentence: Rakhee Gulzar to Rakhi Sawant – from the sublime to the ridiculous!
Veteran actor Rakhee Gulzar and item girl Rakhi Sawant have both spoken on Sanjay Dutt’s five-year jail term – and their individual statements reveal opposing views on the court verdict
While it was indeed heartrending to see Sanjay Dutt break down on live international television, it is also worthwhile to bear in mind that nobody is above the pale of law. Amidst the televised tears, two women have added their statements to the issue – one a dignified legend of Indian cinema and the other, legendary for her constant pursuit of fame, losing any shred of dignity she had in the process.
Let us begin with Rakhee Gulzar. This is what she had to say Click here to read more
Sanjay Dutt sentencing: Is it Salman Khan’s turn next?
Cineswami wonders why Indians, including Superstar Rajinikanth, are sympathising with Sanjay Dutt over his imprisonment in the 1993 bomb blasts case. And is Salman Khan going to jail, too?
There is an extraordinary outpouring of love and support for Sanjay Dutt after his recent sentencing. It is only understandable that Bollywood rallies together for one of her own, and even more so, given that there is around Rs 250 crore riding on his unfinished projects. What is not so understandable is that we, the great Indian public, are also clamouring for the fallen star’s release Click here to read more