Watch: 1994 clip from Sanjay Dutt’s trial shows Shah Rukh Khan rallying in support

When the actor was jailed in 1993, Shah Rukh Khan called Dutt a “very nice boy”. (Photo Credits: Instagram @iamsrk/ @duttsanjay)

When the actor was jailed in 1993, Shah Rukh Khan called Dutt a “very nice boy”. (Photo Credits: Instagram @iamsrk/ @duttsanjay)

Shah Rukh Khan is a superstar who has probably seen it all, and most recently King Khan has been in the news ever since his 23-year-old son Aryan Khan was arrested by the Narcotics Central Bureau (NCB) on October 3, 2021. A ship was raided off the Mumbai coast where Aryan was attending a party.

Though drugs were not found with Aryan at the time of his arrest, the NCB has accused him of alleged drug smuggling and having alleged links with the international drug ring based on material collected as evidence from his WhatsApp chats. Aryan’s lawyers moved the Bombay High Court after the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) rejected his bail application.

Since Aryan’s arrest, several clips of Shah Rukh have been coming out, and recently one of them from 1994 where he is seen in solidarity with Sanjay Dutt has garnered a lot of attention. Sanjay Dutt spent his time in jail after being charged under the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act for illegal possession of weapons. Five years after its 2016 release, a clip from July 1994 has resurfaced online, showing Shah Rukh Khan, Saif Ali Khan and Akshay Kumar rallying in support of the actor.

The clip was shot outside Thane jail in 1994 and also features other celebrities like Asha Parekh and Amrish Puri, who spoke in support of the actor.

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Shah Rukh said in the clip, “It’s so sad. I just pray that he… he’s a very nice guy.” Whereas Asha Parekh said that Dutt was not a traitor. “He is the son of a very big, very good, noble man,” he said.

Aditya Pancholi, who also featured in the clip, said that “he may have had guns and other things but he cannot commit such a heinous crime (he may have a rifle and other things but he cannot do it)”. serious crime).”

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Dutt was also held under charges related to the 1993 Mumbai serial bombings, for which he was acquitted in 2007. He was still held under the Arms Act for illegal arms possession and served his sentence for the same after which he was released. Yerwada Central Jail in 2016.

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