Dutt has worked with Vishesh Films, co-owned by Mahesh, for films like Kabzaa (1988), Sadak (1991) and Dushman (1998).
Mahesh, Pooja Bhatt to talk about Sanjay Dutt's addiction on their radio show
Mumbai - 08 Jan 2018 11:00 IST
Updated : 12:22 IST
Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt says actor Sanjay Dutt had a really hard time dealing with his addiction to heroin. The filmmaker and his daughter Pooja will talk about Dutt's fight with addiction on their radio show 'Bhatt Naturally'.
"Sanjay Dutt had a really hard time dealing with his addiction. It went to a point where his first thought in the morning was about heroin. Hear me and Pooja Bhatt (daughter and actress-filmmaker) talk about substance abuse only on 'Bhatt Naturally' (radio show)," Mahesh tweeted on Sunday, 7 January.
Dutt has worked with Vishesh Films, which is co-owned by Mahesh, for films like Kabzaa (1988), Sadak (1991) and Dushman (1998).
Last year Pooja had confirmed the making of a sequel to the Dutt and Pooja-starrer Sadak, titled Sadak 2.
"We are making Sadak 2 in which we are showing Sanjay Dutt in his true and present time, so we are dealing with issue of depression in that film but we are making a commercial film," she had said.