Sanjay Dutt Mumbai blasts case News
Sanjay Dutt out of jail – will Munnabhai celebrate Gandhi Jayanti with family?
The convicted actor who was granted 14 days parole reached home today after four months away
Call it coincidence or a happy idea, but the fact is that the Yerawada jail authorities have granted prisoner Sanjay Dutt two weeks parole on medical grounds, starting today, just a day before Gandhi Jayanti. We wonder if he’ll be allowed to celebrate the freedom fighter’s birthday in public tomorrow. And will he himself want to do so? Click here to read more
Sanjay Dutt granted 14 days parole on medical grounds
The Munnabhai actor has been granted a two-week parole by Pune’s Yerwada Central Jail authorities for medical reasons
Sanjay Dutt can finally breathe a sigh of relief! The Munnabhai actor had sought a month’s parole in mid-August to undergo some medical treatment for certain illness that he has been suffering from. The latest we hear is that the convicted actor’s application has been 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
What will happen to Sanjay Dutt’s various projects if he is jailed?
Following the Supreme Court verdict, the Munnabhai actor has been tirelessly working to complete work on three movies – Zanjeer remake, Policegiri and P.K.. We just had to wonder what’s going to happen to Dutt’s other projects, the ones that he has already signed – Unglee, Hum Hain Raahi Car Ke and Mr Fraud…
The Supreme Court verdict today may have given Sanjay Dutt some relief, but the actor is super worried, as he still has to finish shooting for three films 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