Sanjay Dutt jail sentence News
Sanjay Dutt shouldn’t be allowed home food, say Yerawada jail authorities
Reportedly, the prison officials have filed a review petition in the special TADA court to stop Dutt’s privileges, including home cooked food, table fan and other services that are being provided to him
Sanjay Dutt surrendered before the TADA court on May 16 and was subsequently taken to the Yerawada jail in Pune. The special court in its judgment had allowed the actor home food, table fan among other facilities. But now it’s learnt that Click here to read more
Sanjay Dutt gets file-making and paper-binding job in Yerawada jail!
After being shifted from Mumbai’s Arthur Road jail to Yerawada in Pune, the Munnabhai actor will now spend the next 42 months making files and binding papers on a daily wages of Rs 25 to Rs 40
Sanjay Dutt will have to spend the next three and a half years in prison for his involvement in the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts case. And if you are wondering what the 53-year-old actor will do all these months, here’s the news. Click here to read more
Sanjay Dutt is Qaidi number 16656 at Yerawada jail
The convicted actor will be referred as qaidi (prisoner) number 16656 at the Central jail in Pune
Sanjay Dutt has got a new identity, courtesy the law. At Pune’s Yerawada Central jail, from today onwards, Sanju baba will reportedly be referred as qaidi number 16656 and this identity will be documented in Click here to read more
Sanjay Dutt shifted to Yerawada Jail in Pune
The 53-year-old star was whisked away to the prison last night
After saying that Sanjay Dutt will not be transferred to another prison in the state for at least a month, the police authorities quietly shifted the actor to Pune’s Yerawada jail last night. Click here to read more
Sanjay Dutt will have to spend at least a month in Arthur Road Central Jail
The Munnabhai actor, who was most likely to be kept at Pune’s Yerawada jail, will now stay at Mumbai’s Arthur Road jail for the next one month
Initial plans to shift Sanjay Dutt from Arthur Road jail to some other prison in the state seem to have gone through a change now. Maharashtra police have stated that it would take them at least Click here to read more
Sanjay Dutt’s wife Maanyata and sister Priya visit him in Arthur Road Central Jail
The Munnabhai actor’s sister and wife visited him in jail just two days after he surrendered before TADA court on May 16
Sanjay Dutt’s concerned sister Priya Dutt and wife Manyata breathed a sigh of relief after Sanju was shifted from the anda (egg shaped) cell to another cell upon an oral application by his lawyer to the TADA court. The Policegiri actor reportedly felt suffocated 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
Supreme Court will not grant Sanjay Dutt more time to surrender
The court today turned down the plea of two producers to grant Dutt more time to complete their under production films
Looks like every possible attempt being made by Sanjay Dutt and his friends to set him free has come to an end, as the actor has no other option left but to surrender and go to jail Click here to read more
Manyata Dutt, Sanjay Dutt’s wife to promote Policegiri?
Now that is called being a doting wife, Sanjay Dutt who is to surrender on 16th May won’t be able to finish certain commitments related to work hence his wifey might step in to help her hubby dearest
Producer T.P. Aggarwal, who recently wrapped up shooting for Sanjay Dutt starrer Policegiri, says the actor’s wife Manyata ‘may step in’ to promote the film, but clarified nothing has been finalised yet. Click here to read more
Sanjay Dutt moves Supreme Court; wants six months to finish work before jail term
With the date for his surrender just three days away, the actor has asked for six months to fulfill all professional and personal commitments
The countdown for Sanjay Dutt began on March 21 when the Supreme Court sentenced the actor to five years imprisonment. The actor was given four weeks time to finish pending assignments and surrender Click here to read more