DeepVeer Wedding Memes Flood The Internet And We Are Laughing Our Lungs Out
Kick 2 Vs Brahmastra: Battle Lines Drawn Between Katrina Kaif’s exes, Salman Khan and Ranbir Kapoor
Marvel Universe Mourns As Stan Lee Passes Away; Sonam Kapoor, Taapsee Pannu, Arjun Kapoor, Sidharth Malhotra Express Grief
Alia Bhatt To Paparazzi Clicking Her With Ranbir Kapoor: Why Don't You Boys Go And Celebrate Diwali With Your Family?
starrer Sanju is one of the most anticipated movies of 2018. The film, which is
based on the real life story of a living legend- Sanjay Dutt, will hit theatres
tomorrow. While many of us know many things about the star by now, but here’s
something about the actor that very few people know.
Sanjay Dutt appeared on the reality show Entertainment Ki Raat Limited Edition and made some startling revelations about his life and the time he spent in jail.
During the show, when the actor was asked to share some interesting stories from his life, Sanju revealed that there was a time when mosquitoes would try to bite him, but instead of flying away they would die right there, probably because of drugs overdose in his blood.
The actor had said, “I used be on drugs those days. Once I was just lying down and I saw a mosquito flying near me. The mosquito bit me, sucked my blood and then he kept fluttering, but couldn’t fly. It happened too often, mosquitoes used to die on the spot. So, I mean to say, my blood used to be so toxic, that even mosquitoes would die. At times, I would laugh about it.”
Later, on the show, the actor requested all youngsters to stay away from drugs. He had added, “Please! Stay away from drugs. So, my request to all the youngster is stay away.
Watch the video:
While on the
show, the actor had also revealed, “I was the RJ at Yerawada and since most
inmates were my fans, they were very happy to hear me. They were the ones who
made my term easy and helped me spend my time well.”
Talking about his children, he had said, “I would want my children to first study and get a degree. Then, I will support them in whatever they want to do. I’m bad at Math so I don’t get into that, but I do help them in craft and painting.”