I have faith in India's judicial system, says Sanjay Dutt

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Mumbai, March 21: In his first reaction after the Supreme Court sent him to five years of jail in connection to the 1993 Mumbai blasts case, Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt said he was heartbroken for his family had also to undergo punishment because of the verdict. The apex court upheld Dutt's conviction under the Arms Act in the terror attack.

He, however, said he had faith in India's judicial system, adding that he would have to be stronger if he was made to undergo more suffering.

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Dutt said he was fine but couldn't think straight at the moment. He said he will look into the legal options. The actor turned emotional and said he has been good human always and suffered for 20 years.

Producer of Dutt's film not concerned about the budget but the actor

Meanwhile, T P Aggarwal, producer of Dutt's much-talked about film Policegiri, is not concerned about the movie's budget or about the movie but only about the actor's well-being.

"Budget of Policegiri doesn't matter to me. What matters to me the most is his safety. I share a good relationship with him and he is a wonderful human being. I don't care about the film, I only care for Sanjay Dutt," Aggarwal told IANS.

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(With IANS inputs)

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