Sanjay Dutt has shared his wisdom following the trials and tribulations he’s faced in his lifetime so far.
In a recent interview Dutt opened up about how his prison term has changed him into a better man. “I am a much more patient man. It takes a long time for me to lose my temper. I tell myself, jaane do (let it go). I was very short-tempered. Very rash. But I don’t want others to learn patience the way I have”, said Dutt as reported in Indian Express.
The actor went onto say he wants his fans to learn from his mistakes. “I don’t want anyone to go through the same ordeal. One has to be balanced and focused to be able to do that. However, the best part is to learn from it and forget about it”, he continued.
The actor is raring to go with his comeback ‘Bhoomi’ as well as having several prestigious films in his kitty over the coming months including Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Padmavati’ (as a cameo, if rumours are to be believed) and Abhishek Varman’s ‘Shiddat’, as reported recently. In addition producers and directors are lining up to work with him again. The actor expressed his gratitude for the support he has received and wants to balance his work with spending time with his family again.
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