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Tuesday October 28, 2008

Sanjay Dutt in Koffee with Karan, 2007

Koffee with Karan, March 2007

Karan Johar Sanjay Dutt was also a guest in his second KWK season, along with his sister Priya. The episode aired on March 25th.


Here are some preliminary reports with excerpts from the show:

Sanjay Dutt is best known in Bollywood for his controversial past and also because he is the son of two legendary, now deceased actors: Sunil Dutt and Nargis. Sanjay lost his mother to cancer at a young age when he was just beginning his film career, and later he also lost his first wife to this terrible and deadly disease. From this first marriage, Sanjay has a daughter. He later remarried, and although that marriage failed, he and his ex-wife have remained friends to this day. In addition, Sanjay struggled with drug addiction for a long time and spent almost a year in prison (Diwali note: it was fifteen months). Still, Sanjay is very much loved in Bollwood and by his fans.

Sanjay will soon appear in Koffee with Karan with his sister Priya Dutt. Sanjay talks to his good friend Karan Johar about his turbulent past and about his future. Sanjay rejects all rumors about his marriage to Maanyata, but admits that he falls in love many times. Sanjay also admits that he always had a turbulent love life. However, he notes that for all of his troubles, his family has been his silent support system. Sanjay says: "I think they understand a lot. They never ask me questions about my private life. They know that if there is something of interest, I tell them." When it comes to marriage, Sanjay is very open : "I do not see myself as a married man in the near future, but one thing I know for sure: I am a lonely person. When I'm at home alone, I sometimes have the feeling that it would be nice to come to someone's home. "

Sanjay's sister Priya talks about her brother's problems and how the family has dealt with them and grown stronger. Sanjay Dutt was acquitted of charges of terrorist charges some time ago, but is still awaiting sentencing for his Arms Act conviction. Sanjay recently received enormous applause and recognition for his Munnabhai role and is currently shooting for films such as Shootout at Lokhandwala, Dhamaal etc. (from: BollywoodMantra)


"Every time I see my sisters together, especially on Dad's terrace, I know they are talking about me!"

He is the most loved man in the industry today. He arouses protective instincts in everyone, and rightly so, because his life has been extraordinarily turbulent so far. The wonderful thing about him is that he has survived everything and overcome every obstacle - and that with a smile too! Karan's first guest this week is the indestructible Sanjay Dutt - for the film community "Sanju Baba" and for the whole world "Munnabhai". Karan's second guest is a member of Sanjay's family. She is a young, successful politician and has been of tremendous help to Sanju all these years - Priya Dutt! See the down-to-earth siblings in a heartwarming episode this week in Koffee with Karan!

Excerpts from the interview:

Karan: Is there love? Is there “one love” in Sanjay Dutt's life that he never got over?

Sanjay: A love in Sanjay Dutt's life! (laughs) I have a turbulent past with the loved ones in my life.

Karan: When you look back, you've just enjoyed every relationship, but you don't feel like you fell in love once and maybe nothing came of it.

Sanjay: The problem with me is that I fall in love every time.

Karan: Do you fall in love too often?

Sanjay: Way too often!

Karan: Are you in love today?

Sanjay: No!

Karan: No? So then all these rumors about your supposed wedding are ...

Sanjay: All bullshit! I also denied it on television. There is no wedding. We're just friends.

Karan: When things like that are written about you, like now about your affairs or your wedding ... Do you feel obliged to answer your family's questions? Then do you talk to them right away and clear things up?

Sanjay: No ... I think you have a lot of understanding in that regard and know exactly what is going on. And they never ask me questions ... they know it's just rumors ... otherwise they'd ask me what's going on and such. I don't know how things got off the rails, but they remained completely calm. They know perfectly well that if there was something I would have told them. I mean, there's nothing wrong with being married. But if I decide to get married tomorrow, I'll let everyone know. There is nothing to hide.

Karan: Do you see yourself as a married man in the future?

Sanjay: Not yet.

Karan: Do you see yourself married? With a child? You know, such a happy family picture?

Sanjay: I really don't know, but I know one thing for sure ... I'm a lonely person. Sometimes when I'm home alone I feel like it would be nice to come to someone's home.

Karan: So this picture comes to mind sometimes?

Sanjay: Yeah.

Karan: Sometimes? And sometimes not?

Sanjay: Yeah! And sometimes I work ... here and there! (laughs)

Karan: But at least you have your family ... your enormous support system!


Karan: You stood by him through all of his crises and problems. But what about his private turmoil? All the marriages, his divorce?

Priya: I think we've always been by his side, but we leave private life to everyone. I never interfere in his private life. If he needs our help or advice, then I'm definitely there for him. That is what family means and I will always be by his side in everything. I always told him: whenever you need us, we are always there for you. But I think we shouldn't cross a certain line, because you don't intrude into the privacy of another person.

Karan: Do you sometimes wonder who will come into their life next?

Priya: I think that's a question we keep asking each other! (laughs)

Karan: Do you sometimes feel it right when your sisters talk about you?

Sanjay: Yes, of course. Every time I see them together, especially on Dad's terrace, I know: Okay, it's about me again!

(German from Diwali)


Sanjay Dutt: I fall in love every time

An emotional episode awaits us this week at Koffee with Karan in which Sanjay Dutt, his sister Priya and his daughter Trishala meet for the first time in front of the camera.

Sanjay opened his heart on this show and talked about how he dealt with his personal crises: losing his parents, quitting drugs, and his eighteen months in prison.

He proudly spoke of Trishala, who is studying forensic law in the United States, and jokingly added that he was worried about her compulsive shopping habits.


Here is a little insight into the show, in which Sanjay also talks about his latest "wedding":

Karan: I think lives like yours only exist in books. How do you feel about all that you've been through?

Sanjay: Karan, I have no regrets at all. I can only say: I lost my parents, gave up drugs, was in jail - but if I pouted sullenly about all of this, then I would get no further in life. So you should leave everything behind and learn from it.

Karan: You've been in prison for such a long time, the mere thought of it is scary. The very idea of ​​spending just one day in prison scares me to death. How many months have you been in jail?

Sanjay: Eighteen months.

Karan: When you think back to those eighteen months - what experience from that experience can you share with us?

Sanjay: Just be humble, Karan. You will become humble and understand the importance of freedom that we all take for granted. You know, people take their freedom for granted. Then when it is taken away from you, you will understand its true meaning. I think God's plan was to send me there to be humble and serene, and that's exactly how it turned out.

Karan: Did you need to be left alone?

Sanjay: I didn't feel that way back then. But when I look back now, the whole thing really made me a calm and humble person.

Karan: Did you feel that you had to answer to people or that you were convicted on certain occasions?

Sanjay: Absolutely! I felt judged. And I have to keep providing answers and clearing my name and that of my family.

Karan: Is there love? Is there “one love” in Sanjay Dutt's life that he never got over?

Sanjay: A love in Sanjay Dutt's life! (laughs) I have a turbulent past with the loved ones in my life.

Karan: When you look back, you've just enjoyed every relationship, but you don't feel like you fell in love once and maybe nothing came of it.

Sanjay: The problem with me is that I fall in love every time.

Karan: Do you fall in love too often?

Sanjay: Way too often!

Karan: Are you in love today?

Sanjay: No.

Karan: No? So then all these rumors about your supposed wedding are ...

Sanjay: All bullshit! I also denied it on television. There is no wedding. We're just friends.


Karan: When you look back on the past 13 or 14 years, how do you feel about everything that has happened?

Priya: I think we came out very strengthened. My father used to tell us it would pass. Everything we go through will pass. There is always light at the end of the tunnel. You have to fight. You have to face everything that comes your way. I think that's where our stamina lies. Sometimes we feel like everything is going too well in our family - what will happen next? The calm before the storm, you know. We really got used to it.

Karan: Even though you're his younger sister, there must have been times when you wanted to give him one and say: what the hell are you doing! Don't you feel like beating him up sometimes?

Priya: Yeah, that happens! I think sometimes I really get lost and then ... But I think all that age difference doesn't exist anymore. I think we all had a great desire to protect him.

Karan: That's how he works within industry. That's why they call him Sanju Baba!

Priya: Yeah, probably. Everyone who knows him wants to protect him.

Watch Koffee with Karan on Star One and Star World on Sunday March 25th at 9 p.m.

(German from Diwali)


The moving conclusion of the episode were statements by various actors of the younger generation, in which they expressed their love and admiration for Sanjay. Sanjay could no longer hold back the tears and at first was no longer able to speak ...