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Bollywood Films : Sanjay Dutt Gets Emotional ! Hello Andhra
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Fri, 29 Mar 2013
Mumbai Bollywood Films : Famous Bollywood hero Sanjay Dutt, for the first time after the Court gave out the sentence has come in front to the media. It is known that the Supreme Court had given him a punishment of Five years jail in the case of holding illegal weapons.
Speaking on this occasion, Sanjay Dutt said not to try for a plea. On Thursday speaking to media along with his sister Priya Dutt, Sanjay became emotional. He said to obey the decision of the Court and will soon surrender in the court. On this occasion all those who stood in his support.
There are different versions being heard about Sanjay Dutt's plea. Some industry and Political biggies had spoken in support to him and few more leaders are saying that law is the same for all. In this regard, Sanjay is said to have taken this decision. Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt on Thursday broke down while addressing the media for the first time regarding the Supreme Court verdict sentencing him to five years in prison.
"I am a law abiding citizen and have the highest respect for the Supreme Court. The court has given me time to surrender and I will surrender at the time given. I have not applied for any pardon. There are many other people who deserve pardon. I want to tell with folded hands to the media, the honorable citizens of the country that when I am not going for pardon then there can be no debate about it," said the actor, who broke down in tears and his sister Priya Dutt was by his side during the press consoled him.
"Right now, I am a shattered and it's a very tough moment in my life. I have got a few days left, have to finish a lot of work, want to spend time with family," he added. As Sanjay Dutt has already completed 18 months in jail, he would have to undergo imprisonment for three-and-half-years. He will surrender within 3-4 weeks to complete the full term.
Actor Sanjay Dutt, who has been convicted under the Arms Act for his role in the 1993 Mumbai bombings, said Thursday that he would "surrender" when the time comes and would not be seeking "pardon". Speaking out for the first time since the Supreme Court verdict last week, Sanjay appealed to the media for privacy. The 53-year-old also said there were many others who deserved a pardon more than him.
He said: "I will surrender in the given time of Supreme Court. I have not applied for any pardon. I want to tell the media and the citizens of our country, when I am not going for a pardon, then there is no debate about it." An emotional Sanjay, who broke down while addressing the media, said he had the highest respect for the court. "I am a shattered man, my family is shattered. I want to thank whoever has supported us.
I have a lot of work to finish and now I want to spend my time with my family. It's tough time for me and my family. With folded hands, I want to tell you just let me be in peace till the time I go in," said the actor, who is married to Manyata and has twins with her. On March 21 the Supreme Court upheld Sanjay's conviction under the Arms Act in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case and sentenced him to five years in jail.
According to reports, Sanjay will be working in four shifts to finish his professional commitments. According to a source, the makers of his films "Ungli", "Policegiri" and "P.K" are planning to put up their sets at Filmcity to make things easier for the actor. Agarwal said: "I don't know where we will be put up for rest of the shoot, but for sure in some studio."
Several members of film fraternity and some politicians spoke in Sanjay's support. Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh and actor-turned politician Jaya Prada Tuesday met Maharashtra Governor K. Sankaranarayanan. Press Council of India chairperson Markandey Katju Thursday said he would continue to seek pardon on humanitarian grounds for actor Sanjay and Zaibunissa Kazi, both of whom have been sentenced to five years in prison for their role in the 1993 Mumbai bombings.
Clarifying his position after Sanjay's press conference, Katju said: "Sanjay Dutt may not appeal for pardon, but I will appeal for his pardon. I think he deserves pardon." However, other political parties like the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Shiv Sena opposed the move, saying it would not be fair to pardon Sanjay.
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