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Sanjay Dutt robs his neighbours of their sleep yet again


The Pali Hill Residents’ Association is miffed with Dutt for playing loud music till the wee hours of the morning.

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Sanjay Dutt’s neighbours in Mumbai’s Pali Hill area were unable to sleep on Thursday (2 February) after the actor partied till late in the night. The loud music, coming from his terrace, compelled them to lodge a complaint with the police. 

Just last month on 14 January, Dutt was given a warning for the same after he continued partying till the wee hours of the morning. Dr Amitav Shukla, Chairman of Pali Hill Residents’ Association, told a daily, “The first incident happened on January 14, the second on Thursday. Around 11.30 pm, they (Dutts) started playing music on their terrace. It was so loud that we couldn’t even sleep.”

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The complaint didn’t yield any result initially. “When we called the control room, a lady took down the complaint but then nothing happened. I called again at 1.30 am and was told by the same lady that she had sent the details to Khar police station. I waited for 15 minutes and then called up the police station directly. They promised to help us and that’s when the music was stopped,” he said. 

Shukla also indicated that they have had enough. “We had sent him a warning letter the last time but he has not changed. We will not tolerate this kind of behaviour in Pali Hill. The issue will be raised at the next AGM meeting and we have also asked the zonal DCP to take strict action against Sanjay Dutt,” he added. 

A senior inspector from Khar Police Station informed, “As soon as we got a call, our team rushed to the spot and made sure that the music was turned down. We are looking at what needs to be done further.”

Dutt has been in trouble for similar issues even before he was sentenced to jail for illegal possession of arms. Last year too the actor had reportedly committed the same offence.