Yes, is indeed true! The actor relived his Munna Bhai act ahead of his release too...
Sanjay Dutt is a free man today as he stepped out of Yerwada jail in Pune the actor touched the ground outside the prison and then saluted the Indian flag that was hoisted there. But hey, unlike what you have imagined Dutt's stay in the prison was not all dark and grim. Sanjay Dutt turned a radio jockey, reminds you of his act in Munna Bhai right? Well, we too couldn't help but remember Sanju do the classic 'Good Morning Mumbai' just like he did on 70mm. According to a report in DNA, Dutt hosted a radio song request program for the prison inmates where he played their favourite songs. And yes Sanjay's radio jockey stint in the jail was a super hit and the actor became his inmates pet.
Sanjay who had made about 50 chairs during his last term in the prison became a part of the social service activity in the jail and hence turned an RJ this time around. Many had accused the jail authorities of giving Sanjay Dutt preferential treatment, however officials have rubbished all such claims and even defended his many parole grants. It seems that due to security reasons Dutt was not allowed in the prison's factory area. Sanjay instead earned Rs 55 by making eco-friendly paper bags. While the actor earned about Rs 38,000 will only come out with Rs 450 as he used the rest of the money to purchase utility products from the jail canteen while he was inside.
Buzz was that the actor along with another inmate co-hosted this talk show. In fact in the very first show Sanjay gave tips on how to beat stress in jail. This radio show we hear is a one hour program that is extended by a couple of hours on a Sunday. Now we're sure that there was more than just de stressing tips that the actor doled on while conducting this radio show.
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