After cancer treatment, Emotional Sanjay Dutt returns to India, meets his kids after months

Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt, who is undergoing treatment for lung cancer in Mumbai, reaches Dubai with wife Maanayata Dutt and is extremely happy after meeting his children Shahraan and Iqra after months.

Following the nationwide lockdown was imposed, the actor’s wife and kids got stranded in Dubai, while Sanjay Dutt was living in Mumbai. Maanayata returned to Mumbai as soon as she got to know about Sanjay’s health. Later, she took Sanjay Dutt to Dubai along with her.

Sanjay Dutt had to celebrate his 61st birthday in July without Maanayata and the kids.

On Friday, she shared a delightful family photo of herself along with Sanjay Dutt, Shahraan and Iqra, and added a heart-warming caption to it: “Today…I want to thank God for the gift of family. No complaints…No requests… just to be together, forever. Amen,” she wrote.

Here’s a happy family photo of the Dutts:

On Wednesday, Maanayata shared a selfie with Sanjay Dutt from inside a plane and wrote: “Enroute life.” The couple reportedly flew to Dubai on a chartered flight.

Sanjay Dutt has made it clear on August 11 that he will not be working for the time being as he wants his health should not deteriorate. He keeps on visiting Kokilaben Hospital in Mumbai for check-ups. It has been reported that the Sadak 2 actor will leave for the US for getting the cancer treatment, but no official statement has been made by the actor and his family. He shall later on move to the US as he has a five-year US visa, as of now, he will be getting the treatment from Mumbai.

Sanjay Dutt has surprised his fans by completing his Shamshera schedule in which he plays the antagonist. He has also finished the dubbing. Sanjay Dutt was last seen in Sadak 2, which released on Disney+Hotstar on August 28. There are reports that after coming from Dubai, Sanjay Dutt will resume work on his other films KGF 2 and Bhuj.

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