‘Always hold my hand in every happiness and sorrow’, Sanjay Dutt gets emotional on father Sunil Dutt’s birth anniversary


The 92nd birth anniversary of Bollywood’s late actor Sunil Dutt is on 6 June. On this occasion, his son Sanjay Dutt and daughter Priya Dutt have paid tribute to him. Along with this, he has remembered his father by sharing an emotional note on social media.

Sanjay Dutt has shared an old picture on his social media account. In this picture, Sunil Dutt is holding the hand of little Sanjay Dutt and father and son are smiling. The actor wrote with it, ‘Always hold my hand in every happiness and sorrow. Love you dad, happy birthday.’


Apart from Sanjay Dutt, his sister Priya Dutt has remembered his father Sunil Dutt on his birth anniversary. Priya Dutt has shared a video on social media. It has pictures of Sunil Dutt. With this he wrote, ‘My father was an accomplished person. He played all the roles well in his life. A son, a husband, an actor, a political activist and above all he was a great humanitarian.


Priya Dutt further wrote, ‘I think the younger generation should know that Sunil Dutt was not just an actor or politician but he was much more. He was an enthusiastic person, his life’s journey was full of adventure and experimentation, I was lucky as I was also involved in some of the trips. He left an indelible mark on all the people he met on that journey. Today we celebrate his life.

Sunil Dutt started his Bollywood career in the 50s. She has given excellent films like ‘Mother India’, ‘Sujata’, ‘Waqt’ and ‘Padosan’ in her career, which are remembered even today. He married Nargis during the film ‘Mother India’. Sunil Dutt died in Mumbai in the year 2005 due to heart attack. He celebrated his 76th birthday just two weeks ago.

Sanjay Dutt remembers father Sunil Dutt on his death anniversary with an emotional post
Talking about Sanjay Dutt’s workfront, he was last seen in the film ‘Sadak 2’ alongside Alia Bhatt and Aditya Roy Kapur. Now Sanjay Dutt has many films in the pipeline. These include films like ‘KGF Chapter 2’, ‘Shamshera’ and ‘Prithviraj’.

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