Bhoomi actor Sanjay Dutt: Drugs are an easy escape, it’s associated with being unequivocally cool, though it is bad

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Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt, whose life was held in a web of drugs and authorised hassles, says as a father, he does not wish his son to be like him. The son of late maestro actors Sunil Dutt and Nargis, Sanjay fought a conflict with drugs and went to rehab as good as served a jail term. He was arrested for bootleg possession of arms in a box associated to a 1993 Mumbai sequence blasts, in that over 250 people were killed and several hundred were wounded.

At a India Today Mind Rocks Youth Summit here on Saturday, Sanjay spoke uninhibitedly about his tour and struggles. When asked how does he review himself with his mythological father when it comes to fatherhood, Sanjay, a father of 3 — a son named Shahraan and dual daughters Trishala and Iqra — said: “My father lifted us as normal children. we was sent to a boarding school… we went by a grind. And we am a same approach with my children.

“I try to learn them a values of life, give them ‘sanskaar’, and learn them (that) honour for elders is unequivocally critical even if they are your servants… And that you’ve got to value life. we usually urge my son is not like me. Because what my father went through, we don’t wish to go by that.”

The father-son twin Sunil and Sanjay had together featured for a final time on shade in ‘Munna Bhai M.B.B.S.’. At one indicate during his time in jail, Sanjay had wondered since was he in jail notwithstanding being Sunil Dutt’s son.

As for his mother, Sanjay, 58, pronounced his mom never saw any wrong in him. “All mothers are a same — they can’t see anything wrong in their son… Whatever happens. If someone complained that ‘Sanju has finished this’, she couldn’t trust it. She used to get indignant with them only,” he said, fondly recounting his younger days.

Dressed accidentally in a span of denim teamed with a black t-shirt and sporting a well-groomed beard, Sanjay spoke frankly to a throng of school-goers that he always suspicion from his heart. “But regulating conduct is also important. Don’t consider from your heart, also use your smarts sometimes,” he said, charity some-more pearls of knowledge to a crowd.

“Always listen to your relatives and never keep any association that’s bad for you. Be safe. You go with a law of a land, and (I) promise, zero will happen,” pronounced Sanjay, who spoke about how his self-assurance underneath a Arms Act was formed on a square of paper in that he purportedly confessed possessing a weapon. “They pronounced that we was in possession of a weapon, though they never found a weapon.”

Opening adult on his assignation with drugs, a “Khalnayak” star said: “Well, we got into drugs in college. It used to be like if you’re not into it, you’re not in a scene. So, we started it, though we got so bending on to it that it took me about 10 years to get out… But we was propitious that we had a means and a supplies to get out of it.

“I saw life differently though drugs and we wish to tell a immature guys that greatfully stay high on your life, on your family, or your work… There’s no piece that can make we high. we promise, it’s my experience.”

Drugs are an easy escape, he certified though pronounced a fact that “it’s associated with being unequivocally cool, is bad” since it can lead to obsession and draws people in a infamous cycle. Sanjay is entrance behind to films with “Bhoomi”, father-daughter story destined by Omung Kumar.

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