Amitabh Bachchan’s 70th birthday bash turned out to be more than a celebration for just the actor. Sources have revealed that during the party, actor Sanjay Dutt and filmmaker Sanjay Gupta decided to end their brawl that had spanned over the last��five years.
As��sources revealed to NDTV, Dutt was the first to make the move and approach Gupta for a truce, “It was Sanjay Dutt who took the initiative to put an end to their bitter six-year-old rivalry. When they broke up in 2007, two rival camps were created. Anyone working with Sanjay Gupta would be banned in the Sanjay Dutt camp and vice versa. There were very few in Bollywood who could tread the fine line between the two.”
Apparently, the war started during the filming of ‘Shootout At Lokhandwala’ (2007), where troubles with their joint production house arose. ��The two have now put the past behind them and seem to be making a fresh start. Dutt was reported stating, “We have had a long-standing relationship ever since he was an assistant. I hugged him and said ‘I miss you’. I don’t think that the emotions we shared in the past have died.”
Gupta also had a few words to say, confirming the mended friendship, “It’s personal but what I can say is that I am happy that all the negativity is now a thing of the past. No one knows what’s in store for the future but I am glad he is back.”