Sanjay Dutt reveals What he did with the money he earned in Jail, this is very emotional

Sanjay Dutt
How much Sanjay Dutt earned in Jail?

Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt is a famous Bollywood actor who has lived a life where he has managed to see everything from the happy highs to the lowest of the lows. In the past, he has spent some time in prison owing to his possession of illegal weapons. 

The actor appeared on The Kapil Sharma Show which is hosted by famous Indian comedian Kapil Sharma. Sanjay Dutt made a few candid and heartwarming confessions in the episode of The Kapil Sharma Show

He was asked a question by Kapil about not visiting his show till date, he answered that the stars were not in their favour back then. He continued by saying that during the show, he was in jail and when he was released from the jail, Kapil’s show had ended. 

In the promo shared by the channel, Sanjay Dutt spoke about the time he spent in jail. Recalling scenes from his biopic Sanju, Kapil asks the actor that there were scenes that showed him making paper envelops and starting a radio show inside the jail. He asks him how much time it took to learn those things and if it was mandatory to work inside the jail.

Sanjay Dutt reveals that to shorten the jail term, it was necessary to work. He took some time to learn the art. They used to earn points. Here, he further adds that he used to get 10 paise from that money. He collected that amount to buy gifts for his sisters on rakhi.

Kapil and Archana are shocked to learn this. Take a look at the promo:

In another promo, Kapil jokingly asks him that a prayer thread has 108 beads, but the movie mentioned about his 308 girlfriends. Sanjay Dutt jokes that the ‘308 count’ might not have ended. Kapil, Archana and audiences laugh out loud.

Watch this fun promo here:

In the video, Sanjay Dutt reveals he earned 10 paise for making a paper bag in jail, says used the money to buy rakhi gifts for sisters.

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