Here's how Sanjay Dutt celebrated his kids Shahraan and Iqra’s birthday
Sanjay Dutt is married to his third wife Manyata since 2008. He has three kids: Trishala Dutt, Iqra Dutt, Shahraan Dutt. Dutt was diagnosed with stage 3 lung cancer in August this year, while he underwent the treatment for the same in Mumbai, before recovering from it.
Today marks Sanjay Dutt’s kids’ birthday. As the actor is currently in Mumbai, he couldn't be physically present for the celebrations happening in Dubai. But he made sure to be present virtually and celebrate the day with his kids.
Maanayata Dutt took to her Instagram and shared a story of their happy virtual celebrations. With smiles and cakes, the family rejoiced on this special day.
Recently Sanjay Dutt took to his social media to announce that he is going to resume shooting for KGF Chapter 2 in November. The character of Adheera has garnered a lot of anticipation ever since the first look and the audience is very excited to see him back in action and take over the silver screen.
Apart from KGF Chapter 2, Sanjay Dutt has a powerful trajectory of movies and will be seen in Torbaaz, Bhuj: The Pride Of India and Shamshera.
Meanwhile, Dutt also announced his recovery from his stage 3 lung cancer on Wednesday. He took to his Twitter to make the announcement, besides thanking his well-wishers for their prayers.
“The last few weeks were very difficult time for my family and me. But, like they say, God gives the hardest battles to the strongest soldiers. And today, on the occasion of my kid’s birthday, I am happy to come out victorious from this battle and be able to give them the best gift I can- the health and well being of our family,” Dutt wrote.
“This wouldn’t have been possible without the unwavering faith and support from all of you. I am eternally grateful to my family, friends and all the fans who have stood by me and been my source of strength through this trying time. Thank you for the love, kindness and the countless blessings that you have sent my way," he further recorded.
“I am especially grateful to Dr. Sewanti and her team of doctors, nurses and the medical staff at Kokilaben Hospital, who have taken such good care of me in the last few weeks. Humbled and grateful,” he concluded.