Sanjay Dutt Released from Yerwada Jail with Rs. 440 in his Pocket


Mumbai: Today blockbuster release of Sanjay Dutt in Mumbai that is much awaited since he went to jail. He will be welcomed by the his fans, wife Maanyata, his twins Iqra and Sharan and other loved ones at the iron gate tomorrow between 9-10 am.

Eve since his early release on February 25 was made public almost a month ago. Sanjay Dutt who is fondly called Baba will finally walk out a free man on Thursday after having spent to three years in Yerwada Central prison.

The actor will take a chartered flight to Mumbai from Pune’s Lohegaon airport around 10:30 AM. He is likely to visit Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai, and then proceed to seek blessing at his mother’s grave at Marine Lines.

For many it the time of returning of old party days as Sanjay Dutt is known for being a great party host and parties will happen for sure now that he is back.

But for Bollywood industry it the state when the actor could have turned a new leaf and will be a changed man and far more sober on his return. According to the sources, Sanjay Dutt’s daughter Trishala Dutt excited for her “Lion to come out of the cage”

Bollywoood will turn out in large numbers to meet and greet Sanjay Dutt at his residence. One can expect to see his buddies Salman Khan, Aamir Khan, Ajay Devgan, Rajkumar Hirani, Ranbir Kapoor and others dropping to meet Sanjay.

Sanjay will carry Rs 440 earned during jail stay, fly to Mumbai after release from the Yerwada Jail. Once he back in the city, he will surely have busy schedule. He has plans to visit famous Siddhivinayak temple to seek blessings of Lord Ganesha and will also visit mother Nargis’ grave.

There is no easy walk to freedom, my friends: Sanjay Dutt at Pune irport after his release from Pune’s Yerwada Jail.

Filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani accompanied Dutt, says he is very happy at actor’s release

Bunty Walia, one of his closest pals will be waiting to receive the actor at his residence. Sanjay Dutt was lodged in the Yerawada prison in May 2013 to undergo remainder of his sentence after being convicted for illegal possession of arms under the Arms Act. He has already spent 18 months in jail, on July 31,200, the TADA court in Mumbai sentenced him to six years. In 2013, the SC upheld the ruling but reduce the sentence to five years.

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