Truth Revealed! Sanju Baba lied to Sunil Dutt over drug addiction

May 18 2018 11:15 AM
Truth Revealed! Sanju Baba lied to Sunil Dutt over drug addiction

The Bollywood Sanju Baba has lived a very controversial life till now. From being in jail or drug addiction, this B-town star had a roller coaster ride in his early times. There was always a series of shocking yet unexpected events in his life.

The upcoming Sanju biopic helmed by Rajkumar Hirani, we will witness the insights of Sanjay Dutt's controversial life. In the biopic, Ranbir Kapoor is featured in a lead role. According to the sources, at the peak of his career Baba got addicted to drugs. Related to this when his family confronted the actor then be always denied his addiction though his family had an idea about it.

During an interview years ago, Khalnaayak revealed that he lied to his mother and father regarding his drug addiction because he was scared that it will ruin his career.
 
He said, "If I consistently insisted that I was not on drugs, it was only because I was scared of the repercussions my confession would have on my career." Sanjay Dutt further stated that he lied not only to the industry and the press but even to his own family. He said that after knowing that his family is suffering from his addiction, he told his father about his addiction as he was not on hard drugs but he was quite deep into it.

Because he had the money he got used by many friends who were also addicts, he said. "Drugs not only spoilt the peace in my home, but it had even begun to ruin my relationship with my girl. I knew that it had to stop."

Earlier after quitting drugs he said that on 28th of December last year he had used his full willpower to stick o his resolution of quitting. Then his father Sunil Dutt got adamant and sent him to Germany where he was given a course of intravenous injections to kind of clean his system. Doctors in Germany also told him that his liver looks like that of a seventy-five-year-old man.

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