Entertainment: When Sanjay Dutt’s fan named him property worth 72 crores before his death, such was the actor’s reaction!

Bollywood actors and actresses have a massive fan following not only in India but also abroad. These celebs are loved by their fans, who can go to any extent for their favorite actors. A few years back, Sanjay Dutt too had a similar experience. In 2018, Dutt received a call from the police informing him ...
 

Bollywood actors and actresses have a massive fan following not only in India but also abroad. These celebs are loved by their fans, who can go to any extent for their favorite actors. A few years back, Sanjay Dutt too had a similar experience.

In 2018, Dutt received a call from the police informing him that a female fan named Nisha Patil had died two weeks earlier and had bequeathed her entire property to Sanjay Dutt. She reportedly wrote several letters to the bank requesting that everything be given to the actor. Nisha Patil had allegedly left her entire property worth Rs 72 crore to Dutt to the actor.

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However, Sanjay Dutt clearly said that his fan Nisha Patil’s belongings should be returned to her family. According to the bank, the KGF 2 actor was listed as their nominee, and his Pali Hill address was saved in the bank details.

As reported by ETimes, the 63-year-old actor had released a statement at the time which read, “As actors, our fans name their kids after us, follow us on the street and even He also gives us gifts. But this incident took me by surprise. I will not claim anything. I didn’t know Nisha and I am overwhelmed talking about this whole incident.

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His lawyer further confirmed, “We have informed that Sanjay Dutt will not lay any claim on the goods and will follow necessary legal proceedings to transfer the valuables back to the family.”

Meanwhile, Dutt was last seen in Prashant Neel’s action thriller KGF: Chapter 2, which released last year and has become the second highest grosser of 2022. Apart from him, the film stars Yash, Raveena Tandon, Srinidhi Shetty and Prakash Raj. He will be next seen in the Indo-Polish war epic film The Good Maharaja.

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