Sanjay Dutt law News
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
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 spend three and a half years in prison?
The Supreme Court verdict is in and Sanjay Dutt has been sentenced to five years in jail for possessing illegal arms. The Tarot cards tell us whether there will be some reprieve for Dutt and what kind of impact the verdict will have on his family and career
The law has taken its course and has understandably turned out to be a tough time for the Dutt family. Sanjay Dutt is certainly surrounded by the best support system 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