In pictures: Sanjay Dutt exits Yerawada Jail, a free man

Updated: 29 February, 2016 10:16 IST
  • In pictures: Sanjay Dutt exits Yerawada Jail, a free man
    Sanjay Dutt (convict number 16656) was serving his sentence housed in a solitary cell at Yerawada near the hanging yard since May 22, 2013. Pics/Sayed Sameer Abedi and Yogen Shah
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  • In pictures: Sanjay Dutt exits Yerawada Jail, a free man
    256 days were waived off from Sanjay Dutt's sentence due to good behaviour in prison
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  • In pictures: Sanjay Dutt exits Yerawada Jail, a free man
    Sanjay Dutt bids adieu to Yerawada Central Prison
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  • In pictures: Sanjay Dutt exits Yerawada Jail, a free man
    Of the five-year sentence, Sanjay Dutt has served more than 50 months in two installments, excluding the parole and furlough he was granted at various times on different grounds
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  • In pictures: Sanjay Dutt exits Yerawada Jail, a free man
    Sanjay Dutt spent 18 months in jail as an undertrial before he was granted bail and later, following a Supreme Court order in May 2013, he was sent to the Yerawada Jail to serve the remaining 42 months of his five-year sentence
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    Sanjay Dutt waves to the huge crowd of fans and members of the media gathered outside Yerawada Jail
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    Present to receive him outside the jail amidst tight security were his wife Manyata and their children, sister and former MP Priya Dutt, her family and film director Rajkumar Hirani
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  • In pictures: Sanjay Dutt exits Yerawada Jail, a free man
    Sanjay Dutt boarded a chartered plane at Pune International Airport with his family. The actor landed in Mumbai airport around 11:15 am, from where he proceeded to the famed Siddhivinayak Temple to offer his prayers
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Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt walked out of from Yerawada Central Prison in Pune on Thursday morning, after serving 42 months of his five-year prison term following his conviction in a case related to the 1993 serial blasts. We have pictures...

First Published: 25 February, 2016 13:35 IST