Sanjay Dutt has led a lifetime one nobody really has- that the celebrity child, the celebrity of his time and the relations with the underworld that almost ruined his life and livelihood. At the time when Sanjay made his debut with Rocky which was a cliche narrative, the celebrity was noticed by many industry people such as the underworld. It is understood that during the 80s and 90s, the underworld had a serious hold on the film industry.
While Sanjay was the son of then MP Sunil Dutt, his alleged connections with the underworld did not go undetected. It is known that the 1993 blasts in Mumbai resulted in some panic like never before for which Sanjay Dutt was detained for his alleged participation since he’d received an AK-56 Gun from them.
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But, how did it all happen? In the unauthorized biography of Sanjay Dutt titled’ Sanjay Dutt: The Untold Story of Bollywood’s Bad Boy’, writer Yaseer Usman reveals that Sanjay was supposedly introduced into 1993 blasts’ mastermind Dawood Ibrahim by Feroz Khan through Yalgar shoot.
While it’s uncertain whether he was introduced with the filmmaker, this occurred during their Dubai shoot program. He had been introduced to his brother Anees Ibrahim and Samir Hingora and his partner Hanif Kadawala (popularly known as Hanif–Samir) who’d produced Baap Numbri Beta Dus Numbri.
It all began on January 16, 1993, 58 Pali Hill that was Sunil Dutt’s residence at the moment. In an excerpt, the writer revealed that Sanjay Dutt asked two of the constables to go away who were set up to give security pay to Sanjay’s MP father, Sunil Dutt. Three men arrived at the mansion and among them had been Dawood Ibrahim’s close partner Abu Salem. The other two were Samir Hingora and his partner Hanif Kadawala. Abu Saleem alleged had wrapped the guitars’ at a bed sheet and put the tennis balls’ in a bag. Two days after, on January 8, 1993, Sanjay returned all their delivery to Hanif Kadawala and held to only one’guitar’.
Meanwhile, the Sanjay Dutt’s story will be observed on the silver screen through Rajkumar Hirani’s vision in Sanju.