Having recently been convicted of possessing illegal weapons, Sanjay Dutt feels let down and betrayed by many of his co-stars.
The actor has until 18th May to surrender and he has been dedicating his days to film commitments that he has signed on to. However, he is shocked and upset to hear his co-stars have been saying something very different, “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,” Times of India��report the actor stating.
Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, who has shown Dutt his support, goes on to add, “Gratitude does not exist in planet Bollywood. Contrary to what the world believes, Sanju is a fiercely lonely man today.”
Having completed ‘Unglee’, produced by Karan Johar, Dutt is now due to shoot and dub for ‘Zanjeer’ and ‘Peekay’ as well as shoot a song for TP Agarwal’s ‘Policegiri’ and also fit in a cameo for ‘Hasmukh Fisul Gaya’ which will be from his own production house. With so much going on, Dutt seems to need all the support he can get.