Sanjay Dutt on 1993 Mumbai blast jail term: 'My wife and children will undergo punishment too'
“I am heartbroken because today along with me, my three children and my wife and my family will undergo the punishment,” the statement read. “I have always respected the judicial system and will continue to do so, even with tears in my eyes. I am going to complete all my films and won’t let anyone down.”
His ongoing projects include Rajkumar Hirani’s Peekay, Apoorv Lakhia’s remake of the Amitabh Bachchan classic Zanjeer, Soham Shah’s Sher, and South Indian filmmaker K S Ravikumar’s Bollywood debut Policegiri. Work for Zanjeer and Sher is over, while both Peekay and Policegiri had about 15 days’ shoot remaining, apart from the dubbing. Dutt is also in the cast for Ungli, being produced by Karan Johar’s Dharma Production, and is supposed to make special appearances in Ghanchakkar and Hum Hai Rahi Car ke.
Many members of the industry reached Dutt’s home in Bandra to express solidarity. Among them were directors Hirani, Lakhia, Sujoy Ghosh, Milan Luthria and actress Vidya Balan.
“I am overwhelmed by the support of my fans, the industry people, the media and all the well-wishers,” he said. “They have always stood by me and supported me. My family is very emotional right now and I have to