A few days back, Sanjay Dutt was diagnosed with lung cancer and this news saddened all his fans. A wave of shock travelled through the entire Bollywood fraternity and Baba received all the warm wishes for his speedy recovery. But as per reports, before dashing off for his medical treatment to the US, Sanjay Dutt will complete the dubbing for his upcoming film Sadak 2, that co-stars Alia Bhatt and Aditya Roy Kapur. Yes, you heard it right.
Before the news of his lung cancer was officially announced, Dutt had taken to social media to inform his fans that he’s taking a short break for medical reasons. His message read, “Hi friends, I am taking a short break from work for some medical treatment. My family and friends are with me and I urge my well-wishers not to worry or unnecessary speculation. With your love and good wishes. I will be back soon.” Mr Dutt was admitted to Lilavati Hospital after complaining of breathing issues. Now the actor will head to the US for the treatment of deadly C. But before going on a medical break like a thorough professional, he will complete all his professional commitments.
As per the latest reports, Dutt will complete the dubbing of Sadak 2 and then leave for the US. The movie is slated to release on an OTT platform on 28th August 2020. A close source to Sanjay Dutt told to IANS that the actor will complete the dubbing in next week. The source quoted “Sanjay will complete the last leg of dubbing for his film 'Sadak 2' by next week, before going on a medical break. He is overwhelmed with the outpouring of love coming his way ever since the news of his illness came out. This support is motivating him, even more, to give his fans his best through his work.”
Wishing Baba a speedy recovery! (ALSO READ: Sanjay Dutt Diagnosed With Lung Cancer: Actor To Seek Permission From Government To Travel Abroad For Treatment-Reports)
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