Monday, May 6, 2013

Sanjay Dutt feels betrayed by Bollywood


Sanjay Dutt, who was recently convicted of illegal possession of arms — he has to surrender on May 18 —feels Bollywood has let him down. The actor says his own co-stars have betrayed him.

\"I did not charge them a penny for 30 days\' work. And what did I get in return? Betrayal. My co-stars told the media that I have been sitting at home, cooling my heels. But I was out there in the studios, shooting for them, just to save them from a financial crisis,\" he says.

Director Mahesh Bhatt, who has been a pillar of support for Dutt, agrees. \"Gratitude does not exist in planet Bollywood. Contrary to what the world believes, Sanju is a fiercely lonely man today.\"

With just a few days left for his surrender, Dutt is busy completing pending work. He has already finished shooting for Karan Johar\'s Unglee, confirmed director Rensil D\'Silva. He now has to shoot a song for TP Agarwal\'s Police giri, apart from shooting and dubbing for Apoorva Lakhia\'s Zanjeer and Raju Hirani\'s PK. Dutt is also doing a cameo in his home production, Hasmukh Fisal Gaya.
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