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Sanjay Dutt Interrogates Fans By Saying THIS Famous Dialogue; Buffs Go Crazy At Him


December 18, 2021

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Sanjay Dutt is a famous actor in the Bollywood industry. He in his recent public appearance asked the audience by saying his famous dialogue. Read on to know more

Sanjay Dutt is a well-known actor in the Bollywood industry. He has made our heads turn with his unique style. The impact that he has left with his acting skills in the entertainment industry is irresistible. Sanjay Dutt is extensively known as Sanju Baba and people are showering the same amount of love on him even after spending long years in the industry.

The actor was snapped at the Mumbai airport wearing a bright orange kurta. He paired it with white pajamas and looked dapper in his own style. One of the hit films of the actor is Vastav and Munnabhai MBBS among others. His dialogues from all his films are the mouthpiece of his fans. It would not be false if we say that his dialogues are his identity so far.

The MP Cultural Festival, envisioned by Union Minister Nitin Gadkari, was inaugurated on Friday i.e., on December 17. It was attended by the Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt. Taking the advantage of the same, he questioned the fans in Nagpur by his keywords from one of his films. The actor said ‘Kaise ho mamu?

(Also Read: KGF Chapter 2: Sanjay Dutt Gears Up To Yet Again Impress His Fans; Shares A Pic From His Dubbing Sesh- SEE PICS)

Sanjay Dutt said that he really wants to make the third part of Munnabhai. Not only he, but his fans are also waiting for his film’s third part to arrive he said. The actor also added that he received a letter and mail that was urging him to make the third part of the film. Further, he also recalled the time when he was in Yerawada jail.

Sanjay Dutt confessed that the constables pushed him hard to learn Marathi but he could not. Further, in the conversation, he lauded the leader of the local party, Nitin Gadkari. He said that he saw the leader as the second chief after his father who also worked for the country, people, and its development. He called of them his elder brothers and also uttered ‘Jaan Hajir Hai’ for them.

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