By Hindustan Times
In spite of the trauma that Sanjay Dutt is getting ready to face with his re-incarceration, the actor on Thursday evening at his residence in Pali Hill assured the makers of his three under-production films Zanjeer, Policegiri and P.K. that he would complete their films in the next three weeks before he is expected to be imprisoned.
A friend of the actor who spent the entire day and night at the Dutts' Pali Hill residence says, "Yes, Sanju Sir has made a commitment. Zanjeer requires 3 more days, Raj Kumar Hirani's P.K. requires 7 more days and Policegiri needs 17 days to be completed. In spite of the shock that he went through on Thursday (of hearing the honourable Supreme Court's verdict), Sanju Sir assured the Zanjeer director Apoorva Lakhia, P.K.'s Raju Hirani and the Policegiri producer T.P. Aggarwal that their films would be completed. Sanju Sir told them, 'Boss, let's complete the shooting and my dubbing. Pataa nahin aage kya hoga.' He will get back to work from next week. The commitment stunned all of us."
Says the source, "Actually, the enormity of the court verdict didn't sink in to Sanju Sir on Thursday. All day and night we surrounded him, kept him busy. We kept the atmosphere in his house very very light. Guests kept dropping in. All his friends were there. Ranbir Kapoor, Vidya Balan and Farhan Akhtar came towards evening. We all narrated anecdotes from Sanju Sir's wild days to Ranbir since he wasn't even born in Sanju Sir's Rocky days."
However, Sanjay Dutt's wife Maanyata was extremely upset. Says our source, "Bhabhji was inconsolable. She put up a brave front. But she kept breaking down throughout the day. It's a shocker for the entire family. Sanju Sir hasn't even begun to understand what this means. We are all hoping for a miracle."