Recently, Sanjay Dutt’s bouncers roughed up a few fans and people while he was shooting for his film “Bhoomi”. This got him into trouble and this is what he had to say.
“I was not there on the sets when the incident took place. My pack-up was done long time back. Had I been there, the incident wouldn’t have taken place…through our films, a city also gets promoted and if such a mishap happens, then it’s a shame for everybody”.
Sanjay Dutt also added, “Had I been there, I would have sorted the issue with love and my ‘jaadu ki jhappi’ (magical hug). I also apologised in front of media yesterday (Thursday).
While shooting on Thursday near the Kalakriti Cultural & Convention centre on Shilpgram road near Taj Mahal, the shooting was called off after what happened between the public and the bouncers.
A source revealed that the bouncers not only physically targeted a journalist but even snatched away his expensive camera.
Police officials at the Taj Ganj police station have filed a complaint by the victim and has approached for investigation for defending the journalist who suffered.
The TV journalist cum victim said the police made no efforts to get his equipment back. Local journalists have demanded action against the unit of the film, being directed by Omung Kumar.
Although there have been apologies from the bouncers but the public and the protesters seem to take no rest.