‘Baba jadoo ki jhappi mangta kya’: Sanjay Dutt’s heartfelt post for late father Sunil Dutt makes netizens emotional
The KGF actor took to Instagram to share a heartfelt post for his father. As soon as it surfaced, one of the fans wrote, “Baba jadoo ki jhappi mangta kya?”
On the occasion of father Sunil Dutt ’s death anniversary on Thursday, Sanjay Dutt shared a heartwrenching video which enclosed childhood memories. Alongside it, the actor also penned a sweet note for his late father which read, “Miss you every day, Dad. Your wisdom and guidance continue to inspire me.”Soon after the post surfaced on the internet, his fans got emotional.
The KGF actor took to Instagram to share a heartfelt post for his father. As soon as it surfaced, one of the fans wrote, “Baba jadoo ki jhappi mangta kya?” Another fan commented, “Baba we all miss him stay strong @duttsanjay lots of love from the whole Yamunanagar.” Some fans also remembered veteran actor Sunil Dutt and praised him. “Every Son Should Have Father Like Yours Baba...Great Sunil Dutt Saab.” He inspired every sir. He was a true gem, a great human, a true definition of a political leader is #duttsahab,” stated a fan. “Miss you Dutt Sahab one of the greatest actors and politicians great Human beings,” read a comment.
For the unversed, the actor-politician Sunil Dutt died of a heart attack on 25 May 2005, two weeks before his 76th birthday. He was the Minister for Youth Affairs and Sports in the Union Government at the time of his death. He was cremated with full state honours in Mumbai. In films, he last appeared with Sanjay Dutt in Rajkumar Hirani’s Munna Bhai MBBS and Lage Raho Munna Bhai.
Meanwhile, Sanjay was last seen in Shamshera alongside Ranbir Kapoor. He will next be seen in a cameo appearance in Shah Rukh Khan’s upcoming film, Jawan. He also has Baap alongside Jackie Shroff, Sunny Deol and Mithun Chakraborty. Besides them, he has Binoy Gandhi’s Ghudchadi co-starring Raveena Tandon and The Good Maharaja, in which he will essay the role of Digvijaysinhji Ranjitsinhji Jadeja, the Maharaja Jam Sahib of Nawanagar.