By Ruchika Kher
Mumbai, July 27 (IANS) Sanjay Dutt is still getting plum roles after three decades in Bollywood and a life dotted with controversies. He is happy with his professional graph but says that the film industry is no longer the family it used to be and that the changing attitudes of people upset him.
"A lot of changes have taken place in the industry and I sometimes feel very sad with most of them. When we were introduced to the industry, there used to be competition among actors, but there used to more respect," Sanjay, who made his acting debut with "Rocky" in 1981, told IANS in an interview.
"There used to be more togetherness. The film industry used to be a family. Now that is not the case. It has become a dirty game now. I'm not a part of that