Asked if he will party with Dutt, who is serving sentence in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case, as the latter will be coming out of the jail soon, Salman said “what news you have is not complete. He will come out….on furlough. But when he comes out after finishing his sentence, then he will be free…clean man. That is what we want and that is when we will party.”
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Salman, himself on bail after being convicted and sentenced to five years in jail in a hit-and-run case, was talking to media at a song launch of the song ‘Aaj Ki Party’ of his upcoming film ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’.