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imageKARACHI: Sentenced to three and a half years in jail for the illegal purchase of firearms from the culprits behind the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts, Sanjay Dutt surrendered himself before the court in Mumbai on Thursday.

According to Indian media sources, over the last few weeks Munna Bhai has taken to drinking an entire bottle of vodka each day. Reportedly, Dutt fears for his life in jail, and is said to be concerned over the terrible hygiene conditions. “How will I survive without fans, pillows and mosquito repellents? I had none of these when I was last jailed in 1993 but don’t forget I was 33 then. I am a 53-year-old man now.”

The court has allegedly granted the actor access to home-cooked food, mattress and pillows for a month. Sanju Baba has been given the task of cooking for his fellow inmates as his jail duty for which he will receive Rs 25 daily allowance with a grant of Rs 1500 for his family. It is reported that Sanjay Dutt had previously approached Salman Khan and Ajay Devgan to take care of his family. Bollywood heartthrob Salman Khan has reportedly to called Sanjay’s daughter Trishala who has been living far from her father in the US.

Known for their age-old friendship, the Dabangg superstar assured Trishala she will always have his help should she ever need it.

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