"When everybody walks out, he is the one man who will walk in." That's
what Manyata Dutt has to say about her husband Sanjay Dutt, on the only show that
takes you behind the glamour and into the star's real life - Inside Bollywood
with Rohit Roy. Catch superstar Sanjay sharing stories about his colourful life
with Rohit Roy, accompanied by Bollywood's 'Anna', Suniel Shetty. Both larger-than-life
stars share TV screen space this Sunday, June 8, at 8:00 pm, only on Zoom, India's
premier glamour and entertainment channel.
speaks about moments both happy and sad. Referring to his much-publicised addiction
to drugs in his youth, he recalls a time when he asked his cook to serve him something,
saying he was hungry. Apparently, the cook burst into tears, telling Sanjay that
the latter hadn't eaten in two days. He hadn't felt a thing. "There is nothing
cool about taking drugs," says Sanjay, a true survivor who finally kicked
his deadly habit. He also recalls the many hardships he has faced, and speaks
about his rock solid family who always stood by him. "I am lucky to have
sisters like Priya and Namrata," he says. "The only people I miss are
mum and dad."
Shetty also speaks of his old friend's helpful nature and his not-so-publicised
social work. He defines Sanjay as a man with a heart of gold, and mentions difficult
times when the former supported him.
episode also takes a closer look at Dutt's career - now spanning more than three
decades - from hits like Vaastav, Munnabhai MBBS and Shootout at Lokhandwala,
to failures like Shabd, Tango Charlie and Deewar. Speaking about his transformation
from deadly Dutt to lovable Munnabhai, Sanjay agrees that the film played a significant
role in his life, while creating a revolution of sorts across the country. He
also speaks about the upcoming Munnabhai Chale Amrica, his fitness regimen and
out why Sanjay and Suniel received much applause from their audience this Sunday,
June 8, 2008, at 8:00 pm. Only on Zoom!