The Supreme Court verdict against actor Sanjay Dutt, who was convicted in the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts case and has been sentenced five years in jail (of which he has already served 18 months) has put the fate of his ongoing projects — Policegiri, P.K., the Zanjeer remake and Ghanchakkar — in the dock. In spite of support from most of the industry, the fate of Sanjay’s upcoming films is still undecided.
There was some hope that the actor would be able to finish shooting for all the films as he was given four weeks to surrender and was reportedly going to file a review petition as well. The situation has now turned grimmer as Sanjay declared in a press conference on Thursday that he was not going to file for a review and will surrender when the time comes.
However, a recent development suggests that