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    Kal Ho Na Ho
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    Aug 2008


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    Everyone knows that Sanjay Dutt was in Delhi when the election results were announced. But few people know that while in the Capital city, he connected with Madam aka Sonia Gandhi. It is believed that Samajwadi party leader Amar Singh had invited the actor to Delhi. Sure of a win, Singh asked him to come to the capital city for a meeting with Madam. But, his party lost and they never got an audience with the leader of the Congress party.

    However a telephonic conversation did take place.A source confirms, “Sanju Baba spoke to Soniaji, and she expressed her displeasure over Sanju’s statement, “Congress killed my father,” during a campaign rally in Lucknow. She also told him that his family had always been a Congress supporter and she was disappointed by his statements against the party.” It is not clear how the actor defended his statements but he expressed his concern over his impending case.The source adds, “He feels that his Congress bashing will be used against him, now that they are in power.”

    Dutt is presently shooting in Goa is said to be depressed about his party losing, as he’d been told that being defeated was not an option.A source close to Dutt admits that he was in Delhi but denies any meeting between the actor and Sonia, “Sanju didn’t go to meet Madam in Delhi last week. He had gone for some personal work — meetings with people for his production house. He was there to meet Amar Singh, who was unwell. Meeting madam wasn’t part of Sanju’s plans nor did he try to make an appointment with her.

    Also if Amar and he had gone to meet Madam at her residence, the entire media would have landed up there and it would become public knowledge.”

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    dR Angels
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