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Name:Sanjay Balraj Dutt
Date of Birth:29 July 1959
Age:58 Years
Height:in centimeters- 183 cm
in meters- 1.83 m
in Feet Inches- 6’
Sun Sign:Leo
Mother Name:Late Nargis Dutt (Actress)
Father Name:Late Sunil Dutt (Actor)
Siblings:Not Known
Brother Name:Not Known
Son:Shahraan Dutt
Daughter:Iqra Dutt,
Trishala Dutt
Sisters Name:Priya Dutt (Politician), Namrata Dutt (both younger)
Spouse / Partner ::Richa Sharma, Actress (m. 1987 div. 1996)
Eye Colour:Black and Brown
Hair Colour:Brown and Black
Favorites:Favorite Food Tandoori Chicken
Favorite Actor Amitabh Bachchan, Rajesh Khanna
Favorite Actress Sharmila Tagore, Nargis
Favorite Book A Stone for Danny Fisher by Harold Robbins
Favorite Sports Cricket
Relatives:Not-Known
Address:58 Smt Nargis Dutt Road, Pali Hill, Bandra, Mumbai 400050
Also Known As:Not-Known
Born In:Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Nationality:Indian
Religion:Indian
Net Worth:$10 Million (approx.)
Twitter:Not-Known
Facebook:Not-Known
Website:Not-Known
Famous As:Actor


Father- Late Sunil Dutt (Actor),Mother- Late Nargis Dutt (Actress)

Sister- Priya Dutt (Politician), Namrata Dutt (both younger)

Son- Shahraan Dutt, Daughter- Iqra Dutt




Private life

Sanjay Dutt with his wife Manyata Dutt in 2011
Dutt was born to Hindu cinema actors Sunil Dutt and Nargis. It is a Hindu Shaiva devotee who has read holy scriptures and theological works. His mother died in 1981, shortly before the premiere of his first film; his death was cited as the cause of his drug addiction. As a child actor, Dutt appeared in the 1972 film Reshma Aur Shera, who played his father; he appears briefly as a qawali singer.
Dutt married actress Richa Sharma in 1987 Sharma died of a brain tumor in 1996. The couple has a daughter, Trishala, born in 1988, who lives in the United States with her grandparents, following a battle with Dutt after the death of his wife. [6] Dutt's second marriage was to model Rhea Pillai in 1998. They divorced in 2005. Dutt married Manyata (born Dilnawaz Sheikh) in 2008 at a private ceremony in Goa, after two years of dating. On October 21, 2010, he became a father of twins. , a boy and a girl.

Cinema career
1981-1997
Sanjay Dutt made his Bollywood film debut with boxing success Rocky in 1981. He then starred in Vidhaata, the biggest Hindi film of 1982 with super hit Main Awara Hoon (1983). In 1985, he made his first film in three years, Jaan ki Baazi (1985). It was Sanjay's first film now called his drug years, when personal problems and a number of films that had been completed before his departure to the United States flopped at the box office, after which he considered do not go back to movies Jaan ki Baazi has made a comeback for Dutt and has appeared in blockbusters in the 1980s such as Imaandaar, Inaam Dus Hazaar, Jeete Hain Shaan Se (1988), Mardon Wali Baat (1988), Ilaaka (1989), Hum Bhi Insaan Hain (1989), Kanoon Apna Apna (1989) and Taaqatwar (1989).
The 1986 blockbuster film, Naam (1986 film) was Dutt's first major hit and a turning point in his career, the film has firmly rooted him as one of India's greatest traditional actors when he received praise for his role as an illegal immigrant in Dubai. a life of crime. His performances in both Kabzaa (1988) and 1989 Hathyar by J. P. Dutta. were also well received by critics, although both films only managed average box office receipts. In the late 1980s, he was seen in a number of multi-starrers with actors like Govinda, Mithun, Dharmendra, Jackie Shroff and Sunny Deol.
His successes continued in the 1990s, with movies that include Tejaa, Khatarnaak, Zahreelay, Thanedaar, Khoon Ka Karz, Yalgaar, Gumrah, Sahibaan, and Aatish: Feel the Fire. He then starred in some of the most prominent Indian films of the early 1990s such as Sadak, Saajan (for which he was nominated for the Best Actor Filmfare) and Khal Nayak, for which he won his second best-selling film. Filmfare. Award nomination. Three weeks before his release, however, in April 1993, he was arrested, accused of having participated in the bombings of Bombay in 1993. Dutt was unable to act for the next four years because of his arrests and leases. Although many unfinished films were broadcast with Dutt during this period, all failed, with the exception of the 1994 Aatish hit with Aditya Pancholi, which was completed before his arrest in 1993

Great leader

Dutt co-hosted the fifth session of the Bigg Boss Indian reality show with Salman Khan. The series was broadcast on the TV channel Colors between October 2, 2011 and January 7, 2012. Dutt then said that it was Khan who had persuaded him to co-host the show.

Super Fight League
Dutt and entrepreneur Raj Kundra, owner of the Indian Premier League cricket team, together launched the first professional mixed martial arts league, the Super Fight League, on January 16, 2012.
controversies
1993-2006
Bombay suffered a series of bombings in 1993. Dutt was among several people associated with Bollywood who were accused of involvement. Dutt has been accused of accepting a delivery of arms from his home since Abu Salem and co-accused Riyaz Siddiqui, who was also involved in the bombings in Mumbai. It has been said that weapons are part of a large load of weapons related to terrorists.
In April 1993, he was arrested under the provisions of the Law on the Prevention and Punishment of Terrorist Activities (TADA). Dutt was released on bail by the Supreme Court of India in October 1995, but was arrested again in December 1995. He was again released on bail in April 1997. The case was 2006 and during the period 2006-2007. seven months in Arthur Road Prison and three times in Pune Prison for offenses.
2007-2009
Abdul Qayyum Abdul Karim Shaikh, who was considered a close associate of the leader of the terrorists, Dawood Ibrahim, was arrested. [27] Dutt gave the name of Qayuum to the police confessing the possession of weapons, saying that in September 1992, he had bought a Qayuum pistol in Dubai.
On July 31, 2007, the TADA court sentenced Mr. Dutt to rigorous imprisonment for six years for illegal possession of weapons and laundered charges related to the Mumbai explosions. According to The Guardian, "the actor claimed he feared for his life after the famous" Black Friday "attacks, allegedly perpetrated by the Muslim majority mafia of Mumbai in retaliation for the deadly Hindu-Muslim clashes, a few months later. earlier that defense and also refused bail. "Dutt was sent back to prison at Arthur Road and soon after moved to Yerwada Central Prison in Pune.
Dutt appealed the sentence and was released on bail on August 20, 2007 until the TADA court provided him with a copy of his judgment. On October 22, 2007, Dutt was again in prison but again applied for bail. On November 27, 2007, Dutt was released on bail by the Supreme Court. On March 21, 2013, the Supreme Court upheld the verdict of the TADA court but reduced the sentence to five years in prison. Dutt had a month to go to the authorities.
Filmfare Awards

Awards won 17
Nominations 10
2001: Nominated, Best Actor for Kurukshetra
2000: Winner, Best Actor for Vaastav: The Reality
2001: Nominated, Best Actor for Mission Kashmir
2007: Winner, Stardust Star of the Year Award - Male, Lage Raho Munnabhai
2013: Winner, Stardust Award for Best Actor in Negative Role, Agneepath
2001: Winner, Zee Premiere Choice- Male for Mission Kashmir
2007: Winner, Zee Cine Awards – Best Actor (Male) Critics Awards for Lage Raho
2003: Winner, Bollywood Movie Award - Critics Award Male for Kaante
2004: Winner, Bollywood Movie Award - Most Sensational Actor for Munnabhai
2004: Winner, BFJA Awards, Best Actor for Munnabhai M.B.B.S.
2004: Nominated, Best Actor for Munnabhai M.B.B.S.
2005: Nominated, Best Supporting Actor for Musafir
1992: Nominated, Best Actor for Saajan
2004: Winner, Best Comedian for Munnabhai M.B.B.S.
2006: Nominated, Best Supporting Actor for Parineeta
2001: Nominated, Best Actor for Mission Kashmir
2003: Nominated, Best Supporting Actor for Kaante
2007: Nominated, Best Actor for Lage Raho Munna Bhai'
1994: Nominated, Best Actor for Khalnayak
2000: Winner, Best Actor for Vaastav: The Reality
2000: Winner, Best Actor for Vaastav: The Reality
2007: Nominated, Best Actor for Lage Raho Munnabhai
2010: Winner, Best Performance in a Comic Role for All the Best
2001: Winner, Best Supporting Actor for Mission Kashmir
2006: Winner, Global Indian Film Awards, Critics Choice Awards – Best Actor (Male) for Lage Raho Munna Bhai
2004: Winner, Stardust Star of the Year Award - Male, Munnabhai M.B.B.S.

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