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Thema: Interviews und News von Sanjay Dutt
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Beitrag #1 - erstellt: 15. September 2006
Kya Hoga Munnabhai Ka?
Faridoon Shahryar, IndiaGlitz [Thursday, September 14, 2006]



Sanjay Dutt is Destiny’s middle aged man. He is seeing success like he has never seen before. ‘Lage Raho Munnabhai’ has earned him a good name that erased Subhash Ghai’s ‘Khalnayak’. The do-gooder who believes in ‘Gandhigiri’ is being lapped up by masses as well as classes both in India as well as abroad. Even his harshest of critics are applauding him. On the other hand he is the cynosure of all eyes because of the verdict in 1993 Mumbai Bomb Blast case is getting announced now. Munnabhai’s fate will be decided in a month’s time.

His friends claim that Sanju baba has gone into a shell. He has also stopped working on all of his under production films as he wants to get past the final hurdle of the court case that has plagued his existence for the last thirteen years. There are several films at various stages of production like ‘Shootout At Lokhandwala’, ‘Nehle Pe dehla’, ‘Mr Fraud’ and ‘Dhamaal’ while ‘Eklavya’ and ‘Sarhad Paar’ are ready for release. It’s being said that a sum of Rs 100 to Rs 150 Crore is currently riding on Sanjay and with the spectacular success of ‘Lage Raho…’ the plans of making a sequel in America are also undecided.

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Beitrag #2 - erstellt: 15. September 2006
Sanjay Dutt too tense to go for shoots

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By Arpana, IANS


Sanjay Dutt, whose "Lage Raho Munna Bhai" is doing great at the box office, is too tense to go for shoots because of the impending judicial verdict over his alleged linkage with the 1993 Mumbai bombings.

The actor has refused to go for shoots or sign new projects till the TADA court gives its ruling. Sanjay is accused number 117 in the serial blasts case and his future rests on the judgment.

The special court, under the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act, has exempted Sanjay from personal appearance and has permitted him to fulfil his professional commitments.

But Sanjay is too tense to work.

"Sanjay has informed his producers that he can't shoot till the verdict is out. He is not in the right frame of mind. He has also decided not to sign any new films," said a source close to Sanjay.

If Sanjay is in a dilemma, his producers are in a fix - especially those whose shooting is midway.

According to sources, more than Rs.1 billion has been invested in movies featuring Sanjay. The minimum budget for a Sanjay starrer is said to be Rs.150 million.

"The films which are ready for release or are nearing completion will not lose much money. But films partly completed will definitely be affected," Komal Nahta, editor, Film Information, was quoted as saying.

The films in the lurch include Ajay Chandok's "Nehle Pe Dehla", Astavinayak's "Mr. Fraud", Indra Kumar's "Dhamaal", and Sanjay Gupta's "Shootout At Lokhandwala".

"If the court's verdict goes against Sanjay, it will definitely hit producers - except those whose films are insured," said sources.

Sanjay has completed work on Vidhu Vinod Chopra's "Eklavya" and Raman Kumar's "Sarhad Paar".

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Beitrag #3 - erstellt: 15. September 2006
With Dutt away, what next?

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With Dutt away, what next?

Wednesday, September 13, 2006 22:30 IST

Sanjay Dutt is reportedly on a sabbatical for two months. After Hours explores how can this affect his films.
‘Shootout At Lokhandwala’
All the portions of the film are shot except for the ones that need Dutt. 30 per cent of the film is yet to be shot. With Dutt away, this multi-starrer will be seriously affected as other actors like Viveik Oberoi and Tusshar Kapoor will have to adjust their dates accordingly.
"We can only shoot the remaining portions of the film when Sanju is back on the sets.” —Apoorva Lakhia, director, ‘Shootout at...’
‘Nehle Pe Dehla’
Ajay Chandok’s film is ready, but post production of the film will be affected as the producer is waiting for Sanjay to dub for the film.
"Yes, our dubbing is left, but Sanju has promised us that he will devote some time to that.” —Ajay Chandok, producer, ‘Nehle Pe...’
‘Mr Fraud’
This Abbas Mastan film will be delayed as certain portions which need Sanjay Dutt are yet to be shot. The film is 70 per cent complete.
“We can’t commence shooting without Sanju.” —Abbas, director, ‘Mr Fraud’
‘Dhamaal’
This Inder Kumar and Ashok Thakeria film is 80 per cent complete. All the other shots need Sanjay Dutt.

source: DNAIndia

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Beitrag #4 - erstellt: 15. September 2006
Rs 150 crore riding on Sanjay Dutt

September 14, 2006 12:32 IST
Sanjay Dutt starrer Lage Raho Munnabhai may have grossed a whopping Rs 6 crore (Rs 60 million) in its first week of release, but the future of his forthcoming films hangs in the balance till the TADA court in Mumbai delivers its verdict on the actor's alleged involvement in the Mumbai blasts case.

Dutt has decided not to sign any new films till the verdict is announced.

Industry analysts say Rs 150 crore (Rs 1.5 billion) is riding on Dutt currently. This includes films which are due for release; partly complete or those signed by him.

A typical Dutt film has a budget of about Rs 10 crore to Rs 15 crore (Rs 100 million to Rs 150 million). With five films on hold, Rs 50 crore to Rs 75 crore (Rs 500 million to Rs 750 million) is at stake. Says Trade Guide editor Taran Adarsh, "Dutt is an important actor and money is certainly at stake."

Dutt has completed work on Vidhu Vinod Chopra's Eklavya and the film's distribution rights have been been picked up by Sony for Rs 15 crore to Rs 17 crore (Rs 150 million to Rs 170 million). But the actor has around five films on which work is pending.

He has finished dubbing for Raman Kumar's Sarhad Paar; will begin dubbing for Ajay Chandok's Nehle Pe Dehla; has completed 50 per cent of the shooting for Astavinayak's Mr Fraud; and has finished 80 per cent work on Indra Kumar's Dhamaal. He is yet to start shooting for Shootout At Lokhandwala.

"The films which are ready for release or are near completion will not lose much money but films partly completed will definitely be affected," says Komal Nahta, editor, Film Information.

According to Navin Shah, CEO, P9 Integrated, an entertainment marketing company, "A lot of producers may change their mind depending on the verdict. Of the films Dutt is involved in right now, almost Rs 75 crore has already been invested, and these could be in trouble. If the verdict takes longer than six months, producers might change their mind."

However, if the producers have insured their films, they might get relief.

"If any of the producers have gone in for insurance, they can recover the cost to some extent," says Shah.

On whether the market is jittery, Adarsh says it is too early to say anything as the film industry is not talking about the issue. However, Nahta says the market is jittery for sure.

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Beitrag #5 - erstellt: 15. September 2006
Sanjay Dutt: On the night before

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Accused No 117 had a quiet dinner with family members and close friends on the eve of the Bombay blasts verdict
Upala KBR
upala@mid-day.com
Sanjay Dutt's state of mind since the last one month has been cause for much speculation. He hasn't been shooting for his films, and although he put in a brief appearance at the Lage Raho Munnabhai premiere, the actor has otherwise been keeping out of public eye. So much so, that he didn't even promote his last film.
Family matters
In the last month, Dutt's has been spotted at nightclubs, with a few close friends. So, who are those friends? Says our source, "Sanjay's close friends are like his extended family. They are always with him through thick and thin — his brothers-in-law Kumar Gaurav and Owen Roncon, his buddies, Ajay Arora, Ajay Marwah, Bunty Walia, Nitin Manmohan, Sanjay Gupta — are always with him."
And it was with some of these friends that Sanju baba chose to spend time with on the night before his verdict on September 12. Adds our source, "The night before his trial, Sanjay had a quiet dinner with Ajay (his gym buddy who is also known as Bittoo), Bunty Walia, his lawyer friend Karan at his Bandra flat. After that he watched a movie and went off to sleep by 11.30 pm, as he had to get up early to go to court. His friends, his sisters Priya and Namrata, all kept trooping in one after the other to meet him. Bunty spent the night at Sanju's flat and accompanied him to court yesterday."
Our source says that although Sanju isn't someone to openly express his sentiments, it was very obvious that he was anxious, "Anxiety is bound to be there as one doesn't know which way the judgment will swing." And prior to the verdict, a tense Dutt has been visiting many temples, dargahs and shrines for the last couple of months. Says the source, "In the last couple of months, Sanjay has been to the Ganesh and Tirupati temples in Pune and Vaishno Devi temple in Jammu accompanied by most of these friends."
Bhattspeak
Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt has always been close to the Dutt family, especially Sanjay says he hasn't been in touch with the actor, "We haven't communicated with each other for a long time. I did try and call Sanju yesterday morning but he had already left for court. I called up Bunty (Walia) and spoke to him. Normally I don't keep in touch with people unless necessary. But I did meet Priya (his sister) at a road opening near Juhu Gully and we shared a sense of concern, as we knew the morning would be very difficult. I sensed a philosophical resignation in her for what is in store. One will have to take whatever the judgment is, in stride. The only thing one can do is arming oneself legally to deal with a harsh verdict and keep hoping for a positive verdict. There is an oscillation between dread and hope all the time…"

[mid-day]

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Beitrag #6 - erstellt: 15. September 2006
Sanjay Dutt keeping his fingers crossed

13th Sept 2006 19.30 IST
By ApunKaChoice

The coming weeks will decide the fate of famous Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt , accused number 117 in 1993 Mumbai serial blast case.

While the TADA court has delivered its verdict on the first eight accused, Sanjay Dutt will have to wait to hear his fate in the case. The slight respite for the actor is that he and the other accused have been exempted from making appearances in the court until they are summoned.

Dutt is accused of possessing three AK-47 rifles and other small ammunition that had allegedly come in the consignment meant for the blasts. He was arrested in April 1993 when his career was on a high. He spent 18 months in jail before coming out on bail.

Yesterday, during the time of Court’s verdict, Dutt was visibly tense. All he said was: “Bhagwan hi malik hai”.

Dutt has been visiting temples and dargahs over the last few weeks to offers his prayers and ask for blessings.

If found guilty, he could face an imprisonment of five years or more.

It could be a blow to his resurgent acting career that has hit a new high with the success of his latest release Lage Raho Munnabhai .

Of late, Dutt has been keeping a low profile. He even kept himself away from the promotional campaigns of ‘Lage Raho Munnabhai’. He has already completed the shooting of Ekvalya and is not signing any new projects for the time being. Rather, he has been spending more time with his family and friends.

Now, the coming few weeks will decide the fate of the actor.

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Beitrag #7 - erstellt: 24. November 2006
Asha Bhosle jams with Sanjay Dutt
November 21, 2006 14:39 IST

When Sanjay Dutt's secretary informed him about Ashaji's phone call, the actor thought it was from yesteryear actress Asha Parekh.

"I thought Asha Parekhji wanted me to talk about an actor association's problem because I am a member of that," Dutt said. "But when my secretary clarified that it was Asha Bhosle, I wondered why she wanted to talk to me. I felt humbled by her call because I'm a great fan of her voice."

The actor was shocked when the veteran singer asked him to sing in her latest album Asha & Friends, composed by Shamir Tandon.

"I loved Sanjay Dutt's voice in the Munnabhai movies," Asha explained. "He has a bass voice, which is important for male singers. That's why I suggested his name and he reluctantly accepted the offer."

"I hoped to record separately but my wish was not granted. Luckily, everything went smoothly," Dutt added.

S Ramachandran, a former journalist with NDTV, has directed the album.

The song Aap Ke Dil Mein Thodi Si Jagah Chahiye is one of the four songs in the album.

The other three songs feature Urmila Matondkar, Australian cricketer Brett Lee and Zee Li'l Champs winners Diwakar, Sanchita and Sameer.

"These children have come from God," Bhosle said. "They have a great future. Brett Lee sang well too. He wrote his own English lyrics."

The album is produced by Mauj, a mobile portal, and will be released in December.

By January 2007, four new songs will be added to the album.

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Beitrag #8 - erstellt: 24. November 2006
Verdict on Sanjay fate next week?

Mumbai, Nov 23: The designated Tada Court could start giving judgement on a group of nine accused, including Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt, next week if dismissed additional customs collector Som Nath Thapa continued to remain away from the court because of his illness.

An indication to this effect was given on Thursday by special public prosecutor Ujwal Nikam, who told journalists outside the court that it might pronounce verdict on Sanjay Dutt on November 27.

But sources in the designated court of Pramod Kode declined to comment on Nikam's conjecture. They, however, added the possibility of the court taking up the group of nine accused, including Dutt, for verdict sometime next week could not be ruled out.

on Wednesday the court granted permission to Dutt to visit Delhi to meet his senior counsel Rajinder Singh. The TADA judge allowed Dutt time till Friday to remain away from Mumbai, but directed him not to try to contact any of the absconding accused in the blasts case in any manner.

Of the total 123 accused who faced trial in the case, the court has so far convicted 81 and acquitted 22. Of the remaining 20, verdict on two will be announced on Friday.

The court would begin pronouncing verdict on 18 accused from Monday. These include a group of nine accused including Sanjay Dutt, six fishermen charged with throwing hand grenades at Mahim Causeway and the fishermen colony at Mahim and three customs officials, including Thapa.

Thapa's accomplices in the case are Customs Inspector R K Singh and Customs Superintendent Sultan Sayed. Earlier, Thapa had moved an application in the court, requesting it not to take up his case this week as he was not well.

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Beitrag #9 - erstellt: 28. November 2006
1993 blasts: Sanjay Dutt guilty under Arms Act; faces 5 years

Sanjay Dutt in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case.
The minimum sentence for the charges under which Dutt has been found guilty is five years.
He has spent almost 18 months in jail as an undertrial.

While the court found Dutt guilty under the Arms Act, it acquitted the actor of the criminal conspiracy charges under TADA.
The court found him guilty of charges framed under the Sections 3 and 7 read with Section 25 of the Arms Act.

The court acquitted him of charges framed under Section 120-b of the Indian Penal Code (conspiracy) and Section 3 (3) of TADA.

Dutt received three AK-56 rifles, its ammunition, 9 mm pistol, its cartridges and hand grenades, which were part of the consignment smuggled by Tiger Memon to set off a series of blasts in Mumbai on March 12, 1993.
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Beitrag #10 - erstellt: 28. November 2006
Hab einen super Überblick zu dem Fall gefunden:

Chronology of Sanjay Dutt`s case in 1993 Mumbai serial blasts

Mumbai, Nov 28: Following are the highlights relating to the progress made in the case about Sanjay Dutt's involvement in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts:

April 1993: Sameer Hingora and Hanif Kadawala arrested a month after serial blasts rock Mumbai on March 12, 1993. They tell police about film star Sanjay Dutt's possessing AK-56 rifles.

April 15, 1993: CBI files chargesheet against Sanjay Dutt saying gangster Abu Salem visited Dutt in January 1993.

In the chargesheet CBI stated that Salem was brought to Dutt's resident accompanied by Magnum video owner Sameer Hingora and motor-training school owner Ibrahim Musa on instructions of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim's brother Annes to deliver weapons. Next morning weapons arrived and Dutt allegedly kept three AK-56 rifles. Later, he kept only one rifle and returned two rifles.

Dutt confessed to the police that while he was in Mauritius for shooting he called Yusuf Nullwalla to destroy the weapons. Yusuf did so with the help of Kersi Adajania in his foundry.

April 19, 1993: Police escorts Dutt on his arrival from Mauritius saying AK-56 in his house was from the consignment of arms smuggled into India before the blasts.

April 22, 1993: Dutt admits to the charges in his confession. But later he retracted the same.

May 3, 1993: Dutt released on bail.

July 4, 1994: Bail cancelled and re-arrested.

October 16, 1995: After spending nearly 16 months in jail, Dutt again gets bail.

2001: Actor faces 396 queries from the court over four days. Over questions concerning AK-56 rifle, Dutt replied: "I had no connection with any such event". He even denied having met Salem and others.

2002 - The Mumbai police tapped alleged Dutt's conversation with gangster Chhota Shakeel. The conversation has references to the actor having bought a T-shirt for him from Dubai.

August 2002: Shiv Sena-BJP combine in Maharashtra created a furore in the State legislature over the Bollywood star's alleged taped conversation with underworld don Chhota Shakeel.

March 7, 2003: Dutt informs the court that he did not know about Pakistan-based gangster Chhota Shakeel.

June 2, 2003: Court exempts Dutt from personal appearance till June-end, stating he has gone abroad for stage shows with the court's permission.

Nov. 27, 2006: TADA court delivering verdict in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case summons Dutt on November 28.

Nov. 28, 2006: Dutt is found guilty under Arms Act but is acquitted in all cases related to TADA.

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Beitrag #11 - erstellt: 28. November 2006
Why Sanju's verdict matters to Bollywood
[ 28 Nov, 2006 1559hrs ISTPTI ]

MUMBAI: With actor Sanjay Dutt, whose six films are on the floor facing a possible imprisonment of a maximum of three years following his conviction under the Arms Act in the 1993 blasts here, Bollywood has a whopping Rs 150 crore at stake.

Sanjay, 47, who could not really savour the success of his latest hit Lage Raho Munnabhai because of the impending verdict, was particularly careful in signing new ventures after July.

Trade pundits say the actor, who was first arrested when he was playing the lead role in Khalnayak , a tag which shadowed him for years worked overtime to complete the pending projects as the judgement day neared.

With the TADA court convicting accused number 117 on Tuesday, Rs 125 crore is locked up on the following Sanjay-starrers: Ashtavinayak Films' untitled venture being directed by Abbas-Mastan; Sanjay Gupta's Shoot Out At Lokhandwala , Mahindra Dhariwal's Nehle Pe Dehla (post-production), David Dhawan's untitled film and Vidhu Vinod Chopra's Eklavya , says Kumar Mohan, trade analyst and editor of Complete Cinema .

Another Rs 25 crore is invested in advertisements featuring Sanjay Dutt, he adds. While convicting Sanjay, the court extended his bail till December 19.

His close friends and film producers Sanjay Gupta and Mahesh Manjrekar hope that the actor would come out clean as he had already spent a year and four months in jail earlier.

Sanjay also revived his family production house Ajanta Arts but was yet to undertake new projects under the banner.

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Beitrag #12 - erstellt: 28. November 2006
I am the only earning member of my family, Sanjay tells court
Syed Firdaus Ashraf in Mumbai
November 28, 2006 16:12 IST


It was a tense moment for actor Sanjay Dutt in the courtroom on Tuesday, as he waited anxiously to know his fate in the 1993 blasts case.

Sanjay Dutt arrived with his entourage at the Terrorists and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act designated court some 10 minutes before judge Pramod Kode.

Before leaving home he hugged his sister Priya Dutt and met all his close friends before driving away in his car, a Toyota Innova.

Ten cars followed Dutt on his way to the court, and journalists filled another 10 cars trailing him to the courtroom.

The court began its proceedings at 11.30 am, and Sanjay Dutt's time came at an hour later.

Just before the verdict was delivered, Sanjay Dutt stepped out of the court-room for a smoke to relieve the tension but his face reflected the nervousness he felt inside.

As he stepped in to the box, Judge P D Kode merely pronounced , 'Guilty', setting off a flurry of reactions in the court-room.

Sanjay Dutt immediately tried to say something to the judge who told him to keep quiet. "I will give you a chance to speak. Please Wait," the judge told him.

The judge's next few words must have come as sweet music to the Bollywood actor whose career is on a high after the blockbuster Lage Raho Munnabhai: "I have not found him (Sanjay Dutt) a terrorist."

However, the judge found him guilty of possessing a deadly weapon under the Arms act.

At this point Sanjay Dutt asked the judge, "When will you give me time to talk?" and Judge Kode said, "I will give you your time. You just wait."

Sanjay then told the judge: "I am the only earning member of my family, I have to support my family," obviously praying
for some leniency.
Defence lawyer Satish Maneshinde told the judge, "Sanjay has a daughter to support financially and also there was money involved in films that he was acting in so he needs bail."

Judge Kode told him to submit whatever he wants in a written application.

He then went to announce his judgement, that the court had found Sanjay Dutt guilty primarily on three accounts:
his own confession statement; the confession statement of his co-accused; and recovery of weapons from his
residence as evidence.

Judge Kode said, "Sanjay Dutt is not a terrorist but he kept the weapons for his own protection."

Sanjay Dutt was charged with involvement in the 1993 bomb blasts conspiracy. The Central Bureau of Investigation had further charged him with keeping an AK-56 and a gun delivered to him by other co-accused in the blasts case, Samir Hingora and Abu Salem.

Dutt in his confession statement to the CBI had said he and his late father Sunil Dutt had sheltered hundreds of Muslim
families and gave lot of aid to them during the 1992 Mumbai riots, thus causing ire to right-wing Hindu fundamentalists.
Sanjay Dutt too received threatening calls and feared that his entire family would be wiped out in the riots.

According to the police, fearing for his life Sanjay Dutt ordered an AK-56 rifle and hand grenades from underworld don Dawood Ibrahim's brother Anis Ibrahim, and Abu Salem delivered the weapons and grenades to the actor in January 1993.

'I feared for my life and that of my family so I had to take this drastic step,' Dutt had said in his confessional statement.
Judge Kode further said Sanjay Dutt could apply for bail and he was then given bail for three weeks till December 19.

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Beitrag #13 - erstellt: 28. November 2006
What now for Sanjay Dutt?
November 28, 2006 14:37 IST

Sanjay Dutt who has been found guilty under Sections 3 and 7 of the Arms Act faces a minimum of 5 years in prison.

A senior lawyer told rediff.com, "Dutt has been found guilty of contravention of Sections 3 and 7 of the Arms Act. Section 3 deals with the possession of a firearm without a licence. The punishment for this, prescribed under Section 25/1B, is a minimum of one year with can be extended upto a maximum of three years."

"Section 7 deals with possession of a prohibited weapon (like an automatic or an AK-56 rifle). The minimum punishment for this, prescribed under Section 25/1A is 5 years with can be extended to 10 years. Punishments under both Section 3 and 7 include fines."

So what now for Sanjay Dutt?

"Since there may be a few weeks more for sentencing, Dutt lawyers could ask for extension of his bail. But he will have to surrender on the day on sentencing. After that he will be taken into custody," the lawyer said.

"Ssince the punishment under Section 7 is a minimum of five years, he cannot apply for bail at the TADA court once he is sentenced. He will have to file an appeal against his conviction in the Supreme Court. Once the appeal is filed, he can apply for bail in the apex court," the lawyer said.

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Beitrag #14 - erstellt: 28. November 2006
Hier gibts noch eine interessanten Artikel bei CNN passend zum Thema. Diesen finde ich in so fern interessant, dass er das ganze aus einer anderen Sichtweise (CNN!) schildert. Die haben ja nicht unbedingt einen Bezug zu Bollywood und co., scheinen aber doch Interesse an diesem Fall zu zeigen!

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Beitrag #15 - erstellt: 30. November 2006
29. November 2006, Neue Zürcher Zeitung

Terrorist oder Heiliger?
Freispruch für den Bollywood-Star Sanjay Dutt in Terrorprozess

By. Delhi, 28. November

Am Dienstag war der Angeklagte Nummer 117 an der Reihe. Seit nunmehr zehn Wochen wird vor einem Sondergericht in Mumbai, dem früheren Bombay, täglich das Urteil über einen der 123 Terrorverdächtigen verlesen. Sie sind der Mitwisser- oder Mittäterschaft in den 12 Bombenanschlägen angeklagt, die sich vor gut 13 Jahren, am 12. März 1993, innert einer halben Stunde in der Stadt ereignet hatten. Über 250 Todesopfer hatten die Attentate gefordert. Die Urheber waren Mitglieder der muslimischen Dawood- Bande, die Rache nehmen wollten für die Ausschreitungen hinduistischer Extremisten im Gefolge der Zerstörung der Babar-Moschee in Ayodhya drei Monate zuvor. Eine Reihe von Angeklagten wurde inzwischen verurteilt, unter ihnen - in Abwesenheit - der Hauptverantwortliche Tiger Memon. Zu den Verurteilten gehören Familienmitglieder Memons, korrupte Polizisten und Zöllner, Schmuggler und Wasserträger.

Angeklagter Nr. 117
Doch nicht nur die Unterwelt Mumbais ist in diesem «Who's who» vertreten. Angeklagter Nr. 117 ist Sanjay Dutt, einer der bekanntesten Bollywood-Filmstars. Ihm wird vorgeworfen, dass er von den Verschwörern Waffen erhalten habe. Für jeden Inder wirkt dieser Vorwurf glaubwürdig. Sanjay Dutt galt für viele als missratener Sohn eines Modell-Filmstar-Ehepaars. Er war zum Zeitpunkt der Anschläge drogenabhängig, pflegte zweifelhafte Freundschaften und war ein Waffennarr. Gleichzeitig war er aber für seine vielen Anhänger auch ein Kind geblieben, trotz seinem massigen Körper, anhänglich und treuherzig, und sein Drogenkonsum wurde mit dem Schock wegen des Krebstods seiner geliebten Mutter entschuldigt.

Doch Sanjays unglückliches Schicksal war noch verwickelter als diese wie aus einem melodramatischen Bollywood-Film wirkende Lebensgeschichte. Sein Vater war Kongressabgeordneter von Bombay Nord. Er hatte sich für die (meist muslimischen) Opfer der Mob-Gewalt eingesetzt und war verschiedentlich anonym mit dem Tod bedroht worden. Sanjay behauptete, er habe die Waffen damals nur entgegengenommen, um seine Familie zu beschützen können. Denn er habe gewusst, dass seine Eltern für viele Inder ein Symbol der Freundschaft zwischen Hindus und Muslimen gewesen seien.

Von Hindu-Fanatikern gehasste Familie
Sanjays Vater war ein frommer Hindu, seine Mutter Nargis eine Muslimin, die aber in ihrer Filmgestalt von Millionen als «Mutter Indiens» (so der Titel ihres berühmtesten Films) wahrgenommen wurde. Gerade deshalb wurde die Familie zur Zielscheibe des Hasses von Hindu-Fanatikern, noch gesteigert wegen Vater Dutts Einsatz für die Opfer der Ausschreitungen. Dennoch: Er hatte Waffen versteckt, und Sanjay Dutt musste zwischen 1994 und 1995 in die Untersuchungshaft.

Diese wurde für Sanjay so etwas wie eine religiöse Einkehr. Als er nach 16 Monaten wieder auf freien Fuss kam, gehörten Besuche in Tempeln und Moscheen fortan zu seiner regelmässigen Routine, auch wenn er in den Filmen weiterhin mit Vorliebe den Revolverhelden spielte. Dies änderte sich in diesem Jahr. Sanjay Dutt war der Star im Film «Zeig es ihnen, Munnabhai!». Und das tat er auch. Der Film wurde nicht nur zum absoluten Kassenschlager des Jahres, er errang wegen seines Themas auch bald Kultstatus. Denn er zeigt den kleinen Ganoven Munnabhai als Mann, der wider Willen zu einem Anhänger von Gandhis Gewaltlosigkeit wird. Vielleicht waren auch die Richter von diesem Sinneswandel beeindruckt, und sie liessen die Bollywood-Geschichte im Leben ihre Fortsetzung finden. Am Dienstag wurde Sanjay Dutt vom Vorwurf der Verschwörung freigesprochen.

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Beitrag #16 - erstellt: 08. Dezember 2006
Exclusive: Sanjay Dutt back to work

Varsha Pillai
CNN-IBN
Friday , December 08, 2006 at 16:44 Email Print

A NEW BEGINNING: Dutt showed up at Mumbai’s Anand Dubbing Studio to dub for Sarhad Paar.

Mumbai: Actor Sanjay Dutt had been lying low for the past three months but has gone back to work for the first time since the verdict in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case.

Ten days after the TADA court passed the verdict on Sanjay Dutt in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case, the actor resumed work and showed up at Mumbai’s Anand Dubbing Studio to dub for Sarhad Paar, a film directed by Raman Kumar.

Sarhad Paar also stars Tabu and Mahima Choudhary, with Dutt essaying the lead role of an army man.

The actor had been keeping a low profile in the months leading up to the verdict. He had cancelled all shooting schedules, and even kept away from the promotional activities of blockbuster Lage Raho Munnabhai as well as the celebrations following it's success.

On November 27, the actor was found guilty under the Arms Act for the illegal possession of arms, but has been cleared of the more serious charges of conspiracy.

Now he is keen on completing all pending work while out on bail. The actor's interim bail ends on December 19, when he has surrender himself for the quantum of punishment to be decided.

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Beitrag #17 - erstellt: 08. Dezember 2006
Sanjay Dutt to marry Nadia Durrani
- by Jinal Bhayani (eBolly.com)

After receiving the long pending verdict, Sanjay Dutt has finally decided to tie a knot with three year girlfriend Nadia Durrani. After coming clean out of the case, Sanjay called up Nadia and assured her that he would marry her next year. Sanjay met Nadia three years ago at Lahore and since then they have been spotted at various night clubs and other places. Lage Raho Munnabhai….

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Beitrag #18 - erstellt: 19. Dezember 2006
Sanjay Dutt applies for bail extension, temporary release

Mumbai, Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt Monday applied for extension of bail, a day ahead of his scheduled surrender at a special court after being found guilty of illegal possession of weapons in the 1993 Mumbai serial bombings, and his lawyers said they would seek temporary release for him.

Dutt's lawyer Farhana Shah said here late Monday evening that they would invoke the provisions of the Probation of the Offenders Act to seek temporary release on grounds of good conduct and behaviour.

The act empowers a court to release certain offenders on probation for a certain period of time before the quantum of sentence has been passed.

"We have included the provisions in our application for the extension of bail for Sanjay Dutt to the court today and will take it up with the court during the hearing," said Shah.

Legal experts here said that the act empowers courts to release certain offenders on probation for good conduct.

"When, a person is found guilty of any offence not punishable with death or life imprisonment, the court in which the person is found guilty can release him on probation for good conduct with or without a bond not exceeding more than three years," said a legal expert Monday.

The court also has the power of releasing the offender without sentencing him at once, but may direct that he appear in court during the period of probation, the expert added.

Earlier Shah had moved the special Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act (TADA) court appealing for an extension of the actor's bail, which ends Tuesday. The appeal is to be heard Tuesday.

The lawyer cited that Dutt was yet to finish work in his under-production films, the issue of the probate of his late father actor Sunil Dutt's will was yet to be sorted out and that he has to complete the arrangements for his teenaged daughter Trishala, who lives in US.

"We moved the court Monday afternoon for an extension of Sanjay Dutt's bail. We have requested the court to extend his bail till the quantum of the sentence is announced or till a time that the court deems fit," said Shah.

"Since, special public prosecutor Ujjal Nikam was not present in the court today, the appeal would be heard tomorrow."

Dutt was found guilty of illegal possession of weapons by the special Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act (TADA) court under the Arms Act on Nov 28.

He faces a minimum of one year to a maximum of 10 years imprisonment.

The TADA court, which has given verdicts since Sep 12 for the 123 accused in the bombings that killed 257 people on March 12, 1993, had given the actor time till Dec 19 to surrender.

The court had, however, absolved him of more serious charges of conspiracy and helping the terrorists under TADA.

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Beitrag #19 - erstellt: 20. Dezember 2006
Court gives Sanjay Dutt two days to surrender

Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt , convicted for illegal possession of arms in the 1993 bomb blasts case, was Tuesday given two more days by a court in Mumbai to surrender.

But the actor might face rough weather with the CBI set to oppose his plea to seek release under the Probation of Offenders Act on grounds of good conduct and behaviour.

Dutt was held guilty under the Arms Act for illegally possessing a 9mm pistol and an AK-56 rifle by the TADA court, which had earlier directed h8im to surrender today. The court is yet to pronounce the quantum of punishment and Sanjay faces a prison term of five to 10 years.

He sought time to surrender and said he may urge the court of Judge P D Kode to release him on probation on ground of good conduct. His plea will be heard on December 21.

But CBI prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam said, "We are going to oppose Sanjay's plea for release on probation on grounds of good conduct as he is not entitled to benefits under the Probation of Offenders Act."

Nikam told the court that this act could be applied in this case but Dutt was not entitled to claim any benefits in view of the gravity of his offence.

Under the act, the court may use its discretion to release a person found guilty on grounds of good conduct on a personal bond for a period not exceeding three years, instead of sending Dutt to jail.

Dutt has argued that at the time of making submissions on the quantum of sentence, he would seek the grant of probation to him under section four of the Probation of Offenders Act of 1958. In the event, he is taken into custody it would be post-conviction custody and constitute part of his sentence.

The inevitable result of this, Dutt said, would be that the court may not be able to exercise its discretion in his favour by granting him probation as it would constitute a review of its own order which is banned in the statute by virtue of section 363 of CR.PC.

Dutt argued that provisions of the Probation of Offenders Act have to be applied prior to sentencing as has been authoritatively held by the Supreme Court and the Punjab High Court. Consequently, if he was taken into custody, it would frustrate his right to seek relief under the same act before the TADA court.

Section four of the Probation of Offenders Act states that "when any person is found guilty of having committed an offence not punishable with death or imprisonment for life and the court is of the opinion that having regard to the circumstances of the case, including nature of offence and character of offender, it is expedient to release him on probation of good conduct then the court may instead of sentencing him at once to any punishment direct that he may be released on a bond to appear and receive sentence when called upon during such period not exceeding three years as the court may direct and in the meantime keep peace and good behaviour".

Dutt sought more time to surrender, saying he had to make arrangements for the education of his daughter Trishala who is studying in the US. She is expected to be in India from December 23 for the Christmas holidays and he wanted to spend time with her, he said.

Dutt also said he had to shoot for incomplete films and do dubbing for other Bollywood projects, for which he needed time. Besides, he had to manage his family's property as his father Sunil Dutt had died without making a will, he said.

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Beitrag #20 - erstellt: 09. Januar 2007
Sanjay surprises with a new girl in his life

Amidst all the tension and chaos in Sanjay Dutt's life due to the court case, the actor seems to have got a newly found reason to be happy. The new girl in Sanjay Dutt's life came in open as he walked hand-in-hand with her at a prestigious award show function.

Sanjay Dutt was in a new girl's company and on-lookers believe they were comfortable along each other's side. According to sources, her name is Manyata and is Sanjay's close friend. They have been visiting each other's house of late and have developed a strong bond between them as Manyata have stuck through thick and thin for Sanjay Dutt.

Sanjay Dutt broke off with ex-flame Nadia Durrani some time back, whom he had earlier wanted to marry. Now, the new girl seems to be the focal point of Sanju's love-life. For a future prospect, we have to wait for the court's verdict on Sanjay Dutt's case.
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Beitrag #21 - erstellt: 11. Januar 2007
Has Sanjay Dutt married Maanyata?

Press Trust of India
Posted online: Thursday, January 11, 2007 at 1655 hours IST


Mumbai, January 11: Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt's family on Thursday denied the strong buzz in the film fraternity that the actor had married a starlet named Maanyata, saying if he was married, he would announce it to the world.

"All these are just rumours, there is no truth to them. If he was married, he will announce it to the world and in fact the media will be the first to know," said Sanjay's sister and Congress MP Priya Dutt.

"I have got so many calls since morning about this and I am tired of telling people that any talk of his marriage is false. I do not know what else is happening in his personal life because I don't interfere in his life. I am too busy with my own," Priya said.

Tinseltown was abuzz with talk about Sanjay's marriage to Maanyata aka Dilnawaz Shaikh after a tabloid carried a front page story quoting the actor as saying that he had married her on November 19.

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Beitrag #22 - erstellt: 12. Januar 2007
"I am not married!" Sanjay Dutt denies shaadi rumours!
OMAR QURESHI
INDIATIMES MOVIES


The alleged new woman in Sanjay Dutt's life has stirred up a storm in the media. Maanyata aka Dilnawaz Sheikh aka Sara and Sanju have been close for a while now. Even seen holdiing hands and pretty cosy with each other. But sources close to the Dutt's say that it's just a 'relationship' so far and not a 'marriage'; contrary to what the media is reporting.

Maanyata is supposedly a divorcee businesswoman from Dubai who came to Bollywood to try her luck in movies. She's reported to have done an item song in Prakash Jha's Gangaajal. But had gone back to handling her business.

She and Sanjubaba became friendly after being introduced to each other by common frineds in the industry. Rumour has it that she's even moved in with him at his Pali Hill home.

Sanjay, the emotional boy he is, has always felt the need for an emotional anchor in his life. And after his amicable split with Rhea (who remarried again, with tennis ace Leander Paes), he's felt an emotional void in his life. And especially at this critical moment, with his impending Court verdict in the arms possession case, he'e feeling the need even more. Maanyata's presence in his life was just what he needed to fill that void at this extremely critical juncture. And it was that presence that sparked talk of marriage.

However, Dutt seems pretty perturbed at all this talk in the media. especially with his Court sentence coming up. His focus is much more on that than on any personal issues. Like he clarified to us.

"I'm not married! The day I get married again, I'll announce it to the whole world. Yes, the girl in question (Maanyata) and I are very close ... but right now please leave us alone!"
And as of now, what the lad needs is solitude .. and lots of prayers. Hopefully, all the bad is behind him .. let the good times roll. Weddings included?

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Beitrag #23 - erstellt: 18. Januar 2007
Sanjay appears before TADA court
Press Trust of India
Posted online: Thursday, January 18, 2007 at 1005 hours IST


Mumbai, January 18: Actor Sanjay Dutt appeared before a special court in Mumbai on Thursday where he will be seeking exemption from a prison term, after being found guilty by the court of the illegal possession of firearms.

Dutt, dressed in a blue shirt and casual denims, arrived in the Terrorism and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act (TADA) court conducting the 1993 serial blasts trial, at approximately 11 am accompanied by his lawyers.

After being convicted by the TADA court on November 28 last year for the illegal possession of an AK-56 assault rifle and a pistol, Dutt had sought bail in order to complete pending film assignments and make some arrangements for his daughter, Trishala, who is studying in the US.

He subsequently sought an extension of the bail which was granted by the court.

Dutt, who faces between five to ten years in jail after being found guilty under the Arms Act, has also sought an exemption from a prison sentence under the Probation of

Offenders Act.

The court is also likely to hear on Thursday arguments on the quantum of sentence for seven other persons convicted by it in the multiple blasts case.

Over 100 persons have been convicted by the court for their involvement in the conspiracy to engineer 13 bomb explosions in the city on March 13, 1993, killing 257 people and injuring over 700.

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Beitrag #24 - erstellt: 18. Januar 2007
Sanjay Dutt gets reprieve till Feb 6
Thursday, January 18, 2007

Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt was Thursday given time till Feb 6 to surrender before the special court here that had convicted him for possession of arms and ammunition in the 1993 Mumbai serial bombings case.

While hearing the actor's application seeking to invoke the Probation of Offenders Act, the special Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Preventive) Act (TADA) also granted him time till Feb 6 to continue arguments seeking probation.

The act allows a convict to evade imprisonment on grounds of good behaviour and conduct.

Dutt's counsel V.R. Manohar argued that the actor clearly qualified for being let off on probation because of unblemished conduct during the 14 years of bail.

The TADA court had in November convicted Dutt under sections 3 and section 7 of the Arms Act, but absolved him of charges of terror conspiracy that led to the March 12, 1993 serial bombings that killed at least 257 people.

Dutt, who faces between five and 10 years in jail, had been given time to surrender till Thursday on grounds that he had to fulfil his shooting commitments of his under-production films and had to take care of his family.

This was the fourth reprieve for the 'Munnabhai' actor since Nov 28 when Judge P.D. Kode extended time for him to surrender till Dec 19, then for two more days and then again till Jan 18 mainly to enable the actor to be with his teenaged daughter Trishala who has come from the US.

Sanjay, who already possessed licensed pistols, had acquired the AK-56 allegedly from underworld don Abu Salem's aide Ibrahim Mussa in January 1993 as he thought he needed an automatic weapon for self-protection.

He was arrested in April that year, a month after the blasts rocked Mumbai, on the basis of the statements of Salem and Sameer Hingora arrested a few days earlier. Sanjay has spent nearly 16 months in jail in two stretches since then.

The latest among the bigwigs pleading for leniency to Sanjay were thespian Dilip Kumar and former Mumbai sheriff Nana Chudasama.

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Beitrag #25 - erstellt: 22. Januar 2007
Sanjay Dutt: I'm not married

Sanju Baba needs to grow up. Apparently in a fit of drunken defiance he told a journalist he's married to his girlfriend, and what can he do about it?

"But I am not married!" Sanjay confesses sheepishly on the morning after. "All this speculation is making me very uncomfortable. The truth is, I've known Manyata for four years. She comes from a very conservative business family. Why all this dirt about her? I'm not denying her past. Everyone has a past.

I've one. So does she, I'm sure. Why rake it up just to humiliate her? This is specially unfair since what's been written about her is untrue. How can they pull her down just because she is involved with me?"

Sanjay Dutt, breathing easily after being cleared of TADA charges, doesn't deny his deep involvement with Manyata. "But we aren't married. The day I'm married all my friends and well-wishers will know about it. Marriage is something I'm looking forward to . It's perhaps that anchor which I need. Yeah, I do feel the need to settle down. But not right now. My top priority is to get out of my legal hassles. Only then will I think about other aspects of my life."

Tell him friends in the industry are whispering about his secret marriage and Sanjay laughs, "Marriage is something I respect and hold close to mey heart. Why would it be secret?"

His intentions behind being seen with Manyata at an awards function appear almost naïve. "She wanted to see a (glamorous ) show like that. Of course I was aware her presence would make people curious. But I never imagined they'd start maligning her name. That's a terrible thing to do. She's a sweet simple soul. I can't imagine why they're saying such terrible things about her. I wish people would leave the two of us alone."

Sanjay is more than willing to step out in the open with Manyata. "Of course I'm proud of her. My intention of taking her to the awards function was very simple. She had never been to a grand awards function. And I wanted her to see one."

He admits he has to get more media savvy. "So far I've been so tied down with my court cases I've had no time for anything . But now that I'm hopefully out of it I promise a better image to myself . I was so tense because of my court cases I couldn't work. I didn't shoot for six months. I'm back to work with Sanjay Gupta's Dus Kahaniyan, Indra Kumar's Dhamaal and of course the third Munnabhai film that will start by the end of the year, if all goes well. Then there's Sanjay Gupta's Alibaug and Shyam Benegal's Chamki Chameli."

Sanjay is over the over-the-moon about the popular awards for Munnabhai. "God has been kind. And I've full faith in the judiciary. I wish things will become okay in my life again. I've been alone for a large part of my life. After Dad(Sunil Dutt)'s death I feel specially alone. I now feel like the man of the family. I've watched my sisters grow up . I feel responsible towards them. I've got to carry my dad's good work forward. I've taken over Dad's charitable work, with the cancer foundation, for AIDS and his efforts with an institute called SUPPORT to help street kids overcome drug addiction."

Now perhaps Sanju needs to think about himself a bit. "I feel the need to settle down. I'm still not able to go out of the country. But my daughter(who lives in the US) keeps visiting. In fact she arrives tomorrow(Friday). My daughter is all of 18 now. She's attending college in the US, her chosen subject is Forensic Science. Let's see what the future holds for you."

He becomes emotional when he talks about the film industry's support . "When they decided to do a signature campaign for me in December I stopped them. I'm just too grateful to them for standing by me. Without them I don't know what I'd have done."
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Beitrag #26 - erstellt: 28. Januar 2007
Sanjay Dutt - the singer

Actor Sanjay Dutt is nowadays more often seen behind the microphone than in front of camera.
Sanju&'s deep voice and singing skill in the song 'Aap Ke Dil Mein&' with Asha Bhosle has been liked by music buffs. So the actor has been approached once again by the popular singer for her next volume of the album Asha & Friends.

On a different front, Sanjay has recorded two songs for good friend Sanjay Gupta's film Alibag. The two songs have been composed by Bappa Lahiri, son of Bappi Lahiri.
Dutt has recorded the first song, 'Sun Toh Zara', with female singer Aanchal. It is a slow-paced romantic number.
The second song, 'Raat Khamosh Hai', has Bappida as Dutt's co-singer. Gupta plans to shoot a music video of this song featuring Dutt and Bappi Lahiri.
Both Bappida and Asha Bhosle appreciate Dutt's talent for singing.
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Beitrag #27 - erstellt: 29. Januar 2007
Excerpts from Vinod Chopra Productions in conversation with Amitabh Bachchan, Saif Ali Khan & Sanjay Dutt which will be aired on television this week.

As the upright Inspector General Inayat Khan in Vidhu Vinod Chopra&'s Mission Kashmir, Sanjay Dutt revealed another dimension as an actor. He followed it up with the simple and mature character of Girish in Parineeta and the hugely popular Munna Bhai in the Munna Bhai series. Vinod's films seem to bring out the best in Sanjay.

Vinod: I sat still as you walked into the office with your new look... I say this because the brief I had given you of the character was in no way a detailed chart, but you were there, bang on. I must add that the new look, especially the hair which looked absolutely fabulous, was an incentive for me to work harder. You made me work harder than I imagined with your involvement.

People think that actors add no value to the script but the critical thing about you was that I told you so little about the character, but you understood even the smallest nuances of Pannalal Chohar. The little things like the crooked hat ('tedhi topi') and the short hair, just got you into the skin of the character. That was just superb and I cannot tell you how Raju (Rajkumar Hirani) and I as directors and writers admire the effort you put in.

We give birth to a character and take it to a certain level, but you as an actor put in that extra effort and make the characters loveable and unforgettable. How do you manage to do this?

Sanjay: Once you briefed me about Pannalal Chohar, I felt that he should be a very rough-looking guy but with a lot of vulnerability. So I decided that he should have short hair, wear a crooked hat and dark glasses. I also understood that he admired Eklavya and that he would do anything for the man. He was proud of being a Chohar and of achieving the status of a police officer. But all these characteristics would be put into action only if you approved of them.

Vinod: The point is that I have worked with many actors; some actors put in lots of effort while others don't put any. I have never seen you putting in that kind of effort before.

Whether you come to the set walking like Pannalal or looking at Eklavya with admiration or the disdain that you showed for Boman, it all came so naturally to you. It looked completely effortless and I admire you for that.
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Beitrag #28 - erstellt: 08. Februar 2007
Sanjay weiterhin auf freiem Fuß

Kernaussagen:
Am 20. Februar muss Dutti wieder vor Gericht
Die anderen Angeklagten sind schon am 14. Februar fällig
Zusammenfassung von dem, was hier schon tausendmal steht

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Beitrag #29 - erstellt: 19. Februar 2007
Interview mit Sanjay

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Beitrag #30 - erstellt: 20. Februar 2007
Dutti für's erste auf freiem Fuß

Heute war der nächste Prozesstermin für Sanjay.
Bis weitere Beweise vorliegen bleibt Sanjay erstmal das Gefängnis erspart.

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Beitrag #31 - erstellt: 22. Februar 2007
Musik Video mit Sanjay geplant

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Beitrag #32 - erstellt: 24. Februar 2007
Duttis nächstes Date mit dem Gericht am 28. Februar

Kleines Video zum Thema


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Beitrag #33 - erstellt: 24. Februar 2007
Smily "dankedankedanke" für die News^^Smily "thanks"
Ich glaube, wenn du nicht wärs hätte ich keine ahnung vom LebenSmily "smilesmile"
Zumindestens keine NewsSmily "smilesmile"

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Beitrag #34 - erstellt: 01. März 2007
Kleiner Bericht über eine Szene in Shootout @ Lokhandwala

Berichtet wird über eine Szene zwischen Sanjay und Vivek, in der es zu einem Kampf kommt - Vivek war von dieser Szene jedoch nicht sehr begeistert und die Crew musste ihm erst klar machen, dass die Szene im Film sehr wichtig sei.

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Beitrag #35 - erstellt: 02. März 2007
Dutti verbringt Zeit mit Kindern, um sich von Prozess abzulenken

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Beitrag #36 - erstellt: 06. März 2007
Smily "klatsch" da hat man kaum Kaante geguckt und dann das:

Sanjay Screenwriter für Kaante 2

Er wird vielleicht sogar noch Co-Produzent und da ihm die Story zum Film eingefallen zu sein schein, liegt es ja auf der Hand, dass er mitschreiben wird.

Sanjay und Sunil spielen in dem Film wahrscheinlich wieder mit (seeehr interessant, wenn man sich den Film mal so ins Gedächtnis ruft Smily "lach" aber was solls.. wer braucht schon Logik Smily "smilesmile") und vielleicht bekommen Arjun und Fardeen auch Rollen zugeteilt. Amitabhs Mitarbeit an dem Projekt ist noch nicht bestätigt.

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Beitrag #37 - erstellt: 07. März 2007
Dutti bald bei Shahrukh in KBC

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Beitrag #38 - erstellt: 07. März 2007
OMG^^
Wie geil..Ich mag Kaante und Sanjay war richtig super^^
Aber will wissen wie es denn einen Fortsetzung dazu geben kann??Smily "smilesmile"
Und, dass er auch bei KBC zusehen wird ist ne suuuuuuper nachricht^^Smily "klatsch"

Smily "dankedankedanke" Smily "thanks"

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Beitrag #39 - erstellt: 07. März 2007
Es gibt auch was neues zu der Sache mit seiner Verurteilung, aber leider blicke ich bei keinem der erscheinenen Artikel durch Smily "tutmirleid"

Neues vom Gericht

Es scheint so, dass er nun als schuldig befunden wurde wegen des Waffenbesitzes, aber an den Anklagen wegen des Terrorismuses keine Wahrheit bewiesen werden kann.

Ist leider echt ein bisschen kompliziert und ich bin keine Rechts-Fachfrau...

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Beitrag #40 - erstellt: 08. März 2007
Sanjay wird seinen KBC Gewinn spenden

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Beitrag #41 - erstellt: 10. März 2007
Dutti muss bis zum 2. April nicht mehr persönlich vor Gericht erscheinen

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Beitrag #42 - erstellt: 21. März 2007
Dutti wird Film mit Firoze Nadiadwala machen

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Beitrag #43 - erstellt: 22. März 2007
Sanjay bald mit Schwester Priya bei KWK

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Beitrag #44 - erstellt: 22. März 2007
Weiterer Bericht über Sanjay bei KWK

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Beitrag #45 - erstellt: 23. März 2007
Dutti in KWK kleine Video-Promo Smily "troest"

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Beitrag #46 - erstellt: 23. März 2007
Zitat von Steena:


Hach, ich freu mich ja so sehr auf die Sendung. Kanns kaum erwarten sie in Gänze zu sehen.Smily "sehrverliebt"

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Beitrag #47 - erstellt: 27. März 2007
Dutti Alarm bei KBC Smily "sehrverliebt"

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Beitrag #48 - erstellt: 27. März 2007
*quietsch* Sanju ... und dann noch mit Boman zusammen! Smily "cheerleader"

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Beitrag #49 - erstellt: 27. März 2007
*fiiiieps*

Noch mehr von KBC

man das wird eine kbc folge Smily "sweetheart"

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Beitrag #50 - erstellt: 27. März 2007
Zitat von Steena:
*fiiiieps*

Noch mehr von KBC

man das wird eine kbc folge Smily "sweetheart"


Da bin ich auch mal gespannt. Ich kann mir alles drei gut dabei vorstellen, wie sie sich durch die Sendung blödeln.

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