Published: Wed, March 07, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

A Surprising Gift From A Dead Fan To Sanjay Dutt

A Surprising Gift From A Dead Fan To Sanjay Dutt

One such incident took place when Malabar Hill resident Nishi Harishchandra Tripathi left all her belongings to actor Sanjay Dutt after she passed away on January 15 due to a terminal illness.

Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt was both surprised and shocked after receiving a phone call from the police on January 29. Well, a similar thing happened with actor Sanjay Dutt. She has mentioned, film star, "Sanjay Dutt" in all her bank documents and also left her house in the actor's name. He said they had no idea of the worth of her savings, as the bank had provided no such information.

Tripathi is survived by her 80-year-old mother and three siblings. The family lived in an apartment in an upmarket neighborhood in Mumbai. Tripathi's love for Sanjay Dutt was known to the family but the extent of it came to light only after her will was read.

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As for Sanjay Dutt, the superstar expressed that he was overwhelmed by a gesture. She had named him as the inheritor of the money in her bank locker and account in her will. But this has shocked me. The Khalnayak actor instantly issued a letter to the Bank of Baroda's Walkeshwar branch saying that he had no clue who Nishi was, and that the money must be handed over to her family. As for Dutt, his attorney has said that he will carry out all legal proceedings to transfer the valuables back to Tripathi's family.

On the work front, the actor has been busy shooting for Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3. "I did not know Nishi and I am overwhelmed by the entire incident to speak about it", Dutt said.

Film stars are used to the attention bestowed on them by fans and paparazzi, the fan frenzy clubs have their own way of celebrating a star's glory but this was beyond imagination of putting a star's name in a will.

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