Two years after the demise of his mom Nargis, Sanjay Dutt discovered the final audio message left by way of his mom and cried for five hours.



Agency. Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt has made a name for himself in the industry. The actor made his industry debut in the film ‘Rocky’ released in 1981. After this, Sanjay Dutt gave many hit films due to which he won the hearts of fans. Like an actor’s professional life, his personal life is like an open book. Sanjay spent most of his life close to his mother Nargis, who is not in this world.

Before the release of Sanjay Dutt’s debut film Rocky in 1981, Nargis had died of cancer. The untimely death of his mother was the biggest shock to Sanjay’s family. Sanjay did not cry over his mother’s death. But the actor received a message two years after his mother’s death, which was recorded by his mother. Sanjay Dutt cried when he heard this, Sanjay Dutt had said in an interview.

Sanjay Dutt had said in one of his interviews, ‘When my mother died, I did not cry at all. There was no emotion inside me. “I was in a drug rehab in New York when I heard my mother’s voice,” the actor said. He was living with his friends at that time.

During this time, one of their friends played the recording of the mother. Then Sanjay Dutt also shared his mother’s recording in an interview, in which Nargis says, ‘Sanju son, give priority to your humility over others. Never show pride. Always respect the elders and be polite. With these things you can move forward in life. It will also strengthen your work.

After this Sanjay Dutt had said, ‘I heard my mother’s voice after two years. During this time I cried for four or five hours. When I was silent, I became a completely changed person. Sanjay Dutt still misses his mother very much. Nargis’ 40th death anniversary was celebrated on May 3, 2021. On this occasion, Sanjay Dutt has shared an old photo, in which little Sanjay is in his mother’s arms. Along with this picture, the actor has written, ‘There will never be a day when I miss you, mother.





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