We all know how close Sanjay Dutt was to his mother, Nargis Dutt. Her death, just a few days before his Bollywood debut-Rocky, caused a huge blow to the actor, who even took to drugs to cope with the loss. Thus on her death anniversary today, the actor wrote, “All that I am is because of you. I miss you!”Also Read - Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai: Zee TV’s One-of-its-Kind Celebrity Chat Show That Offered Right Emotions in 2002

Sanju New Poster : Ranbir Kapoor Nails Sanjay Dutt’s Khalnayak Look With His Long Hair And Beefed Up Body

Sanju New Poster : Ranbir Kapoor Nails Sanjay Dutt’s Khalnayak Look With His Long Hair And Beefed Up Body

Yesteryear’s actress Nargis was married to Sunil Dutt. The family underwent a lot of ups and downs, first due to Nargis’ death and later due to Sanjay’s addiction to drugs and then his court cases. However, the best part of them is the fact that they all faced the problems one after another as a single unit. Sanjay Dutt was extremely close to his parents. During one of his interviews, Sanjay had said, “I miss my parents, I miss my father and mother. If they would have been here they would have been proud of me, I guess. There is no one bigger than your parents. I miss them.”  Check out his post below : Also Read - Happy Birthday, Ranbir Kapoor: From Saawariya to Sanju, Here’s How The Actor Evolved in Bollywood

All that I am is because of you. I miss you!

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The actor began shooting for the films ever since he got done with his sentence in the year 2016. He made his comeback in Bollywood with Bhoomi that was a revenge drama, also starring Aditi Rao Hydari. However, the film tanked at the Box Office. He will next be seen in Tigmanshu Dhulia’s Saheb Biwi Aur Ghulam 3. He also has Torbaaz for release, followed by Paanipat. Moreover he will also star in Karan Johar’s Kalank alongside Madhuri Dixit, Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt, Sonakshi Sinha and Aditya Roy Kapur. His biopic titled Sanju, helmed by Rajkumar Hirani, starring Ranbir Kapoor is slated to release on June 29.