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Sanjay Dutt: I still believe in judiciary

IndiaGlitz [Thursday, March 21, 2013]
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The Supreme Court today upheld actor Sanjay Dutt's conviction in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case. He has been sentenced to five years in jail. However the Munnabhai famed actor is undeterred by it...

Having unshakeable faith in Indian legal system, Sanjay is looking forward with a positive outcome of the whole thing. Talking to our sources, Sanjay quoted "Will see the copy and looking after legal options ... I still belive in judicary, my family is with and I am still strong."




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