Sanjay Dutt is a free man now. At exactly 8.40 am, a bearded Sanjay Dutt with a tilak on his forehead stepped out of the iron gate dressed in blue shirt and denims clutching onto a bundle of documents and bag hanging from his shoulders.
A smile lighted his face as the 56-year-old actor, clad in a blue shirt and jeans, stepped out and walked briskly
toward a waiting car outside the prison, waving to onlookers.
Looking in good health, he enthusiastically carried in his hands a ‘khaki’ bag containing his belongings and a green coloured file that apparently contained his prison record.
A sense of dramatics crept in as he turned back and saluted the tri-colour atop the prison building and bent to
touch the soil in full media glare.
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Waiting outside to receive him were Rajkumar Hirani and wife Maanyata. The actor greeted the waiting media and was soon whisked away in a car to the airport from where he will take a chartered flight out to Mumbai.