Sanjay Dutt five years imprisonment News
Sanjay Dutt feels suffocated in jail
The Policegiri actor was shifted from the anda cell to another cell upon an oral application by his lawyer to 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. Click here to read more
Sanjay Dutt breaks down again!
With choreographer Ganesh Acharya and his 200 dancers getting emotional about Sanjay Dutt’s impending imprisonment, even Baba could not hold back his tears on the sets of Policegiri
Sanjay Dutt has very little time left before he surrenders to serve his three-and-half years imprisonment for his alleged involvement in the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts case. Click here to read more
Should Sanjay Dutt be pardoned?
Although the Munnabhai star has made it clear that he won’t be applying for a mercy plea, the question remains whether the public thinks he should be forgiven or should Sanju abide by the law and serve his remaining sentence
Last week as Sanjay Dutt was sentenced to five years in prison by the Supreme Court, many couldn’t believe their ears. Most people thought that Dutt had faced enough ordeal in the last 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 gets support from Policegiri team
After deciding that he will not appeal for pardon, Sanjay Dutt resumed shooting today. The entire team of his forthcoming movie, Policegiri stood in support of the actor
After being convicted for his involvement in the notorious 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts case, Sanjay Dutt has been asked to serve five years imprisonment. Contrary to the nationwide prediction, Dutt has refused to file an appeal for pardon. Click here to read more
Sanjay Dutt won’t apply for pardon; breaks down during press conference: watch video
The Zanjeer actor breaks down in front of the media as he announces in a press conference that he won’t be applying for a pardon
At an impromptu press conference held outside his Bandra residence today, Sanjay Dutt broke into tears as he revealed that he will not be applying for a pardon, and that he will Click here to read more
Will Jaya Prada and Amar Singh’s pardon plea get Sanjay Dutt relief?
The former Samajwadi party leader and the Lok Sabha MP will meet the state Governor K Sankaranarayanan tomorrow to seek pardon for the Munnabhai actor
It is not only Bollywood stalwarts who are voicing their opinion to free Munnabhai aka Sanjay Dutt from the three and half years imprisonment sentence. National leaders too are speaking out Click here to read more
Shiv Sena opposes Sanjay Dutt’s mercy plea
The party activists strongly feel that the Munna Bhai actor must serve his remaining three-and-a-half years in prison
Ever since the Supreme Court verdict on Sanjay Dutt’s jail sentence has been announced, the actor has been getting a lot of sympathy and support from people all over, including former SC judge and Press Council of India Chairman Markandey Katju. It’s not just an outpour of emotions from Bollywood, but even Click here to read more
Sanjay Dutt’s fans worldwide sign petition to ‘Free Munnabhai’
A petition started by a fan of Sanjay Dutt has already accumulated more than 1500 signatures
Sanjay Dutt is sentenced to five years of imprisonment as ordered by the Supreme Court. The actor has already served about 18 months in prison for the said crime and is now filing a review petition to challenge the verdict. Click here to read more
Sanjay Dutt’s daughter Trishala is worried for her father!Sanjay Dutt’s daughter Trishala, who lives in the US with her maternal grandparents, confesses that this is a very tough time for her and her family
It’s testing time for Sanjay Dutt and his family. The actor has been sentenced to five years rigorous imprisonment by the Apex Court for illegal possession of arms in the 1993 Mumbai case. Click here to read more
Will Sanjay Dutt be pardoned by the Governor of Maharashtra?
Former Supreme Court judge Justice Markandey Katju has written to the Governor of Maharashtra asking him to pardon Sanjay Dutt and save him years in jail
Sanjay Dutt has a whole lot of well wishers, it seems. And they spring up from various places. And this time it is Justice Markandey Katju who has come forward to help the beleaguered Munnabhai star after the Supreme Court sentenced him to five years in prison for owning an assault weapon. Justice Katju is a former judge of the Supreme Court and Chairman of the Press Council of India. Today Katju submitted a plea on behalf of Sanjay Dutt to Maharashtra Governor K Sankarnarayanan.Click here to read more
Will Sanjay Dutt’s review petition be accepted?
After being sentenced to five years in prison for illegal possession of arms in the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts case, Sanjay Dutt will now challenge the Supreme Court verdict by filing a review petition
Sanjay Dutt is facing difficult times. The 53-year-old actor has been sentenced to five years imprisonment by the Supreme Court. An AK-56 rifle found in his house in 1993 was from a consignment of arms smuggled into India just before the infamous Mumbai bomb blasts. Click here to read more
Sanjay Dutt’s statement on Supreme Court’s verdict: I am shattered
The actor has been sentenced to five years of imprisonment by the Apex Court. And here’s what he has to say about it…
Today morning the Supreme Court upheld Sanjay Dutt‘s conviction in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case and sentenced him to five years of imprisonment. Click here to read more
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 Click here to read more
Sanjay Dutt: My family is with me and I am still strong
The actor reacts to the Supreme Court judgement sentencing him to five years imprisonment
Sanjay Dutt, his family, friends and all his fans waited with bated breath for the Apex Court’s judgement in the Mumbai blasts case. Click here to read more