Did a drunk Sanjay Dutt fire shots after break-up with Tina Munim?

anjay Dutt’s vivid life is set to make it to the extra large screen, obligingness Rajkumar Hirani. When Bollywood performers make a decent attempt to keep up a picture among their fans, Bollywood’s own special Khalnayak never shied far from speaking out in the open about his battle with medications and his correctional facility spell. In any case, the on-screen character has generally remained mum on his relationships once upon a time.

One such undertaking which stood out as truly newsworthy in the mid 80s was amongst Sanjay and Tina Munim. Buzz has it that it was amid the shooting of the 1981 film Rocky that Sanjay and Tina began to look all starry eyed at, and the two began dating. Be that as it may, their romantic tale arrived at a sudden end, affability Sanjay’s drinking issue and medication mishandle. Furthermore, allegedly, the two separated.

In the event that Yasser Usman’s account The Crazy Untold Story of Bollywood’s Bad Boy Sanjay Dutt is to be trusted, the performer thought that it was difficult to get over the separate. One night in 1982, Sanjay Dutt’s neighbors woke up to the hints of discharges.

“Sanjay Dutt lurched around the compound of his family home, waving his stacked .22 bore rifle noticeable all around. In no time flat, concerned neighbors and inquisitive spectators had assembled outside and were endeavoring to peer in. The young fellow appeared to be lost, confounded and somewhat entranced. At that point he separated. The wails guaranteed his body as he clung to the spiked metal perimeter with his uncovered hands. Ignorant of his draining hands, Sanjay’s cry lease the air: ‘Why are all of you frightened of me? I am not a medication fanatic! I’ve abandoned medications!’ It appeared that Tina’s deserting still spooky him.

It gradually turned out to be clear what had happened: in a cloudiness instigated by liquor and disaster, Sanjay had opened fire noticeable all around, breaking a few windows of the Dutt manor and shattering the windscreen of his auto,” read an extract from the book.

As indicated by the book, Sanjay Dutt was separated from everyone else at home. Sunil Dutt was in the US for a shoot and he had taken his girls along. Abandoned by the separate, a goaded Sanjay Dutt went on a shooting binge.

“Truth be told, only that night Sanjay had dropped Gaurav to the airplane terminal, which was the point at which he got the news that the shooting of Tina’s film Souten had been wrapped up. Obviously, the team had come back to India from Singapore. In any case, Tina hadn’t called Sanjay. As he got back home and went after his alcohol, he felt increasingly bothered that Tina hadn’t called him. They had separated however Sanjay was willfully ignorant. He stated, ‘The shooting is finished and everyone is back. However, where is she? . . . I adore her . . . I’ll never have the capacity to live without her.’ As the night advanced, Sanjay got increasingly alcoholic, and angered. He at that point went on an unsafe shooting binge around the house.”

The book additionally proposed that Sanjay escaped the house yet was later captured for his flighty conduct.

Back in March when selections from Sanjay Dutt account surprised the web, the performing artist hammered the creator and in addition the distributers over ‘unapproved’ life story. He had stated, “From the portions that are showing up in the daily paper are incompletely in view of my old meetings, however rest all appeared to be founded on prattle, 1990s sensationalist newspapers and talk magazines, the vast majority of which are fantasies of creative energy and not genuine.”

In an official proclamation, Juggernaut Publication stated, “We are sorry to learn that Mr Sanjay Dutt was agitated with our book on him. The writer, Yasser Usman, a honor winning columnist and rumored essayist on Bollywood performers, is a fan and extremely thoughtful to Mr Dutt. Yasser has picked his sources and materials with mind. He has depended broadly on coordinate statements from Mr Dutt, his nearby partners, for example, Mr Mahesh Bhatt, and individuals from the Dutt family. In addition, as has been said in the greater part of Yassers meetings and pieces in the press, he is an immense admirer of Mr Dutts genuineness and absence of affectation and trusts these characteristics seriously set him apart from whatever remains of the film business. The book is a respect to those commendable and uncommon attributes of genuineness and candor. In any case, to pay regard to Mr Dutts wishes, we wont put out any more concentrates from the book in short-shape media.”