Mumbai Movies : Bollywood happy on Sanjay s Judgement ...
The special TADA court Tuesday extended his bail till Dec 18. Sanjay, who has been convicted under the Arms Act, has to surrender on Dec 19.
Here is what some of his colleagues had to say:
Dino Morea: Thank god he has been acquitted from TADA. That was the big worry for all those who love this fabulous guy. Without sounding biased, let me say Sanjay Dutt is a person who wouldn't hurt a fly. He shouldn't suffer any more. I'm glad he got bail.
Shilpa Shetty: I'm so glad he has been acquitted for the TADA case. I've had the opportunity to know him and work with him. I cannot imagine him being a criminal or a terrorist. He is too good-hearted to hurt anyone intentionally. But at the same time the judiciary has been fair. Let's wait and watch.
Rahul Bose: The verdict is comparatively mild, but nonetheless a blow to Sanjay Dutt and his family. So far, he has shown tremendous strength of will. I hope he'll be as strong no matter what the sentence.
Irrfan Khan: I wanted to see him free. I'm grieved.
Madhur Bhandarkar: This verdict is the best that Sanjay and all his well-wishers - and that includes practically everyone in the industry - could have hoped for. The industry can breathe a sigh of relief, both on a personal and professional level. So much finance was hanging on the verdict. I'm sure the worst is over for Sanjay and filmmakers who were holding their breath.
Sujoy Ghosh: Sanjay Dutt cannot be guilty of any crimes. He's everyone's super-hero. So, I am happy he's almost out of it.
Sanjay Gupta: The greatest thing about the verdict is the victory of justice. Thanks to the verdict, the name of the distinguished Dutt family remains untarnished. The Dutts' years of selfless service to the country and its people stands vindicated. And we've the judiciary and the Almighty to thank for that.
As far as Sanjay is concerned, I think on Monday night he finally got the peaceful sleep he had been missing for years. The last few weeks have been truly traumatic for him. It's the love and prayers of his fans and the people of India that has brought him to this happy day.
Personally, I never for a moment doubted Sanjay would walk away from this crisis as he has done from all other crises in his life. He's fought a long and tough battle. And he has won. Thank god!
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