Sanjay Dutt asks Supreme Court for more time to surrender

Supreme Court has asked Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt to surrender by April 18th but the actor has asked for some more time to surrender. The actor has asked the court to keep the punishment on hold till the governor decides on his mercy plea. The hearing of his case will take place tomorrow. Rs. 70 to 100 crore are riding on Sanjay and the actor is shooting round the clock to complete his assignments.

The actor has been found guilty of illegal possession of weapons including AK-56 in a case linked to the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts. The incident killed over 200 people and left many injured. Supreme Court sentenced the actor five years of imprisonment but since he has already served jail for one and a half years, he now has to go behind the bars for three and half years.

Sanjay, his family and friends are highly depressed with the court verdict. Celebrities and politicians appeal high governmental officials for pardon. Sanjay will file review petition against the Supreme Court judgment.