Sanjay Dutt has walked out of the Yerwada Central Jail, Pune today morning. The actor was sentenced to five-year-jail term after being found guilty for illegal possession of arms in relation to the 1993 Mumbai blasts. His family is keenly awaiting the superstars return and so is the whole of Bollywood. The 56-year-old actor was granted a remission of 144 days owing to his good behavior during his prison stay. (ALSO READ: Sanjay Dutt free: This is how Munnabhai served his jail term in Yerwada Central Prison)
Sanjay Dutt was behind the bars for nearly 42 months, though he was frequently out on parole and furlough most of the time. According to the reports, Sanjay became quite emotional as he bid goodbye to his fellow mates in the prison. Post his release, the actor would first visit the Siddhivinayak Temple and then to his mother’s grave. (ALSO READ: Sanjay Dutt dramatically walks out of Pune’s Yerwada Central Jail with a salute)
As Sanjay Dutt stepped out of the Yerwada Central Prison, he was swarmed by media personnels keen to have a word with him. At the Pune airport, he addressed the media who were anticipating his arrival and his first words were “There is no easy walk to freedom, My friends.” (ALSO READ: Sanjay Dutt free: Will Munnabhai get Jadoo Ki Jhappi from Bollywood?)
Well, it looks like Sanjay Dutt is a changed man now. The tough conditions of the prison have taught the actor some good life lessons.