Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt is spending time alone in Mumbai as his wife Maanayata and children were stuck in Dubai when the lockdown was announced in March. But the actor has not lost his usual self of happiness and warmth. Unlike other stars who greet audience daily with safety guidelines on TV channels, Dutt has confined himself to spending more time online chatting his family in Dubai.
“In the past, I have spent periods of my life in a lock-down. Back then and even now, the one thought that stays with me is the way I miss my family. For me, they are everything. Thanks to technology, I can see and talk to the multiple times in a day, and yet, I miss them terribly,” he said.
In an interview with a newspaper, the Bollywood star shared his experience during the lock-down caused due to the epidemic. However, the actor ignited warmth in the audience’s hearts and said, “These times teach you about the fragility of life, and the value of moments spent with your loved ones. We should count our blessings, and never take them for granted.”
Speaking about work in another recent interview, Sanjay Dutt said:”Acting is a physically and mentally demanding job. This isolation has given me time to recharge my batteries, rest out mentally and prepare for my next set of roles. It takes a lot of time and energy to prepare for a role, especially given the complex characters that I enjoy playing.”
On the work front, Sanjay Dutt is going to be busy once the lockdown is lifted. He is providing his audience with an array of explosively entertaining films as he has a busy year set for him with five big-banner films — KGF: Chapter 2, Shamshera, Bhuj: The Pride of India, Torbaaz and Sadak 2 down his pipeline.