Bollywood’s roaring actor Sanjay Dutt, who is popular for his controversial past, opens up about his lung cancer diagnosis for the first time.
Sanjay Dutt detailed about battling lung cancer in a video that was posted on his hairstylist’s Instagram.
“Hi, this is Sanjay Dutt. Good to be back in the salon. Got a haircut. If you see this, this is a recent scar in my life, but I will beat it. I will be out of this cancer soon,” the megastar said.
“Aalim and I go a long way back. His father used to cut my father’s hair. Hakim saab was the stylist in Rocky and then Aalim started cutting my hair. I became his guinea pig,” he added further.
Revealing more about his upcoming projects, Sanjay Dutt pointed towards his beard and said: “I am growing this for KGF. I had shaved, but I need it for my look in KGF, which we are starting in November. I am happy to be back on the sets again. Tomorrow, I will be dubbing for Shamshera, so that will be fun. It’s good to be back.”
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@duttsanjay Today at Salon Hakim’s Aalim after getting a haircut done with all the necessary precautions Instructed by the government and the experts. #SanjayDutt #AalimHakim #Rockstar #SalonHakimsAalim #TeamHA #SafetyFirst #Fighter #Precautions #Hygiene #SocialDistancing #NewNorms #TeamHakimsAalim #SalonLife #Viral #Trending #MovieLife #actorslife #14thoctober2020 @duttsanjay @aalimhakim
Earlier in 2018, in an interview, the Kalank actor said, “I think being a gangster comes naturally to me. I have been to jail too.”
He further said, “They were looking for a polished, khandaani gangster, and I fit the bill perfectly.”
He was interviewed at the time of his project Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3.
Furthermore, He was sent to jail in 2013 in a case related to 1993 bomb blasts in Mumbai.
Sanju – Sanjay Dutt’s biopic on his controversial past
Sanju, a 2018 biographical comedy-drama film directed by Rajkumar Hirani. The film follows the life of Sanjay Dutt, his addiction with drugs, arrest for alleged association with the 1993 Bombay bombings, relationship with his father, comeback in the industry, the eventual drop of charges from Bombay blasts, and release after completing his jail term. Ranbir Kapoor performed the role of the megastar.