If my father was alive, he would have been really happy: Sanjay Dutt

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Mumbai: Sanjay Dutt, who was expelled from a Yerwada Central Jail in Pune on Thursday morning after portion a judgment for bootleg possession of AK-47 rifle, pronounced a feeling of being “free” is “the many amazing”, though it is nonetheless to penetrate in.

After spending a excited night full of anxiety, Dutt, sporting a stylised hairdo and a bearded look, came out of jail in casuals, to a rousing acquire by friends and family members.

While addressing a media outward his residence, Dutt said: “For 23 years, we wanted to ambience freedom, and finally a day has come that we have. we walked out of jail as a giveaway man, though it’s not falling in me. we know we will come to terms with it… It still feels like we am out on a permit and parole.

Sanjay Dutt waves as he is escorted by officials from Yerwada Jail. AFP

“But usually to be giveaway is an extraordinary feeling.”

Sporting a loose demeanour, a 56-year-old, who savoured a crater of tea initial when he returned home, pronounced he was blank his father, late actor Sunil Dutt a most.

“If my father was alive, he would have been a many happy person. His usually quarrel was to see his son free. And currently we can say, ‘Baba we am giveaway now’,” pronounced a actor, who after entrance out of jail and visiting a Siddhivinayak temple, prayed during his mom Nargis Dutt’s grave initial and after folded his hands in front of his father’s mural during his Pali Hill residence.

At a media conference, he was flanked by his mother Manyata, who was romantic on being asked about her sentiments on Dutt’s return.

Dutt called her his “pillar of strength” and “best half”, adding that his pang was obtuse than that faced by Manyata while he was in prison.

He also common some tidbits about his knowledge in jail, observant that he has learnt how to make paper bags and how he enjoyed being a radio manoeuvre during a jail. The Munna Bhai actor even quipped that “like a good husband”, he gave a “hard-earned” income he done from a paper bags, to his wife.

Now, he is looking brazen to spending time with his family and children, and “most of all” his work.

“I wish to get back,” he pronounced on an romantic note during a conference, where his twins — son Shahraan and daughter — made a brief appearance, hugging and kissing their father.

The adore of his fans was manifest when he arrived home to a hero’s acquire amid parsimonious security. In fact, Dutt’s Chal Mere Bhai co-star Salman Khan had privately sent bodyguards to yield confidence for him.

“Salman is my younger brother, and we will always urge for him,” he said.

IANS