Ranchi, Apr. 1 (ANI): Actor-turned politician Hema Malini has expressed disappointment over the Supreme Court decision, which denied Sanjay Dutt the permission to contest in Lok Sabha elections.
"It was very disappointing. Sanjay is a great human being just like his father. But his past record came in the way due to which the Supreme Court denied him permission to contest in the polls. If he would have contested the elections from Lucknow, then he would have definitely won," BJP MP Malini told media in Ranchi.
On Tuesday, Supreme Court had issued a directive that Sanjay Dutt, convicted for his role in the 1993 Mumbai blasts, cannot contest in the ensuing Lok Sabha elections.
BJP's star campaigner termed Varun Gandhi as 'inexperienced leader'.
"The way Varun Gandhi made the statement was not good. Whatever he wanted to say he could not do that in a proper manner. I feel that he wanted to say something but due to lack of experience, he couldn't convey his message in the right manner," Malini said.
She also said that SP leader Amar Singh seems more interested in movies than politics.
"It seems Amar Singh wants to become an actor more than a politician. If I make a movie then I will assign him a role and I am sure he will agree to it. There are many big leaders who will work in my movies," Malini said.
Singh, 53, reportedly has bagged a role as Union Home Minister in Dev Anand's forthcoming film 'Charge Sheet'. (ANI)