Sanjay Dutt court verdict News
Did Aamir Khan really hurt Sanjay Dutt?
The latest reports suggest that Aamir’s comment on Sanju not shooting for Rajkumar Hirani’s P.K. has hurt the Munnabhai actor to no end
As if Sanjay Dutt’s latest court verdict asking him to surrender on May 15 wasn’t enough, Dutt is quite taken aback by Aamir Khan’s comment regarding him and his movie commitments. It’s learnt that Click here to read more
Sanjay Dutt withdraws plea to surrender at Yerawada jail
UPDATE: Sanjay Dutt has withdrawn his plea to surrender at the Yerawada jail in Pune
The actor will give himself up before a special TADA court in Mumbai. Keep watching this space for more updates. Click here to read more
Now, what will happen to Sanjay Dutt’s movies – Unglee, Takraar and Vasooli?
The Supreme Court had granted the Munnabhai actor four weeks time to complete his movies and Dutt is said to have finished work on P.K., Policegiri and the Zanjeer remake. But what will happen to his other projects?
The countdown for Sanjay Dutt has begun, as the actor has just a few hours left before he surrenders to the Mumbai police in the 1993 bomb blasts case. Although Sanju has finished working on all the big banner projects, he still has Click here to read more
Will Sanjay Dutt go to Yerawada jail?
News is that the Munnabhai actor is most likely to be kept at Pune’s Yerawada jail where he’ll serve his sentence
As the Supreme Court rejected Sanjay Dutt’s review plea, the actor has no option but to surrender by May 15, 2013. According to a latest newspaper report, Dutt, in all probability, will Click here to read more
Sanjay Dutt to go to jail on May 15 – SC rejects plea!
The actor moved the Supreme Court for more time to surrender, but the review plea has been turned down
UPDATE: The Supreme Court today rejected Sanjay Dutt’s review plea of its March 21 judgement. The actor was sentenced to five years imprisonment in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case, of which he had already served one-and-a-half years. He was convicted under the Arms Act for possession of weapons during the blasts, including an AK-56 rifle. Following today’s verdict, the Bollywood actor will have to surrender by May 15, 2013. The Court found no merit in similar pleas of six other convicts in the case. Watch this space for more updates. Click here to read more
Now, non-bailable arrest warrant against Sanjay Dutt
News is that a Mumbai court has issued a non-bailable arrest warrant against Dutt after a producer moved court against him for not fulfilling his movie commitments
Just when Sanjay Dutt filed a review petition in the Supreme Court pleading mercy in the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts case, we hear that producer Shakeel Noorani has moved the Andheri court alleging that Click here to read more
Sanjay Dutt Mumbai blasts verdict: Supreme Court grants him four weeks to surrender
The Munnabhai actor gets some relief; will have four weeks to complete his work commitments
The verdict on Sanjay Dutt’s plea asking for an additional six months before he surrenders to the police is finally out. In a hearing held this morning, the Supreme Court today granted the Munnabhai actor with one month’s time on humanitarian grounds 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