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Sanjay Dutt recently jetted off to Dubai to spend time with his two children Iqra and Shahraan. Seen their cute picture yet?

New Delhi: Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt and his wife Maanayata Dutt recently travelled to Dubai to spend time with their kids Iqra and Shahraan. The ‘Khalnayak’ actor, who has been reportedly diagnosed with lung cancer, enjoyed a lunch outing with his children and wife in Dubai. Maanayata took to her Instagram story to share two cute family photos.ALSO READ: Here’s Why Sanjay Dutt Left Mumbai With Wife Maanayata!
Daddy dearest can be seen having a meal with his little munchkins in the photos. The ‘Kalank’ actor was seen in a dark blue t-shirt and beige pants while his wifey Maanyaya wore a yellow outfit. He sported a clean shaven look. The adorable snaps will definitely make you say aww. Check them out! (Source- Instagram) (Source- Instagram)
Maanayata had shared a cute family photo on her official Instagram handle a few days back. She wrote, “Today…I want to thank God for the gift of family. No complaints…No requests… just to be together, forever. Amen.” Fans had flooded the comments section with their messages.
According to a report in an entertainment portal, Sanjay Dutt will soon return to India for his third chemotherapy cycle, which is expected to start from September 30 in Mumbai.
Last month, the ‘Panipat’ actor shared a post on social media and informed his fans that he will take some days off work for some medical treatment. He requested his well-wishers to not speculate about his health.
Maanayata flew to Mumbai after the ‘Munnabhai MBBS’ star was hospitalized at Lilavati hospital. She later issued a statement and revealed that Sanjay’s preliminary treatment will take place in Mumbai. She added that the family will take a decision on traveling abroad for further treatment on the basis of the COVID-19 situation.
On the professional front, Sanjay Dutt was recently seen in ‘Sadak 2’.The movie co-starring Alia Bhatt and Aditya Roy Kapur premiered directly on Disney+ Hotstar last month. The Mahesh Bhatt directorial received scathing reviews from the critics and fans.Also READ| ‘Sadak 2’ REVIEW: Alia Bhatt, Sanjay Dutt’s Film Falls Flat, Turns Out To Be Snooze Fest
Sanjay Dutt has several exciting projects in his kitty including ‘Torbaaz’, ‘Prithviraj’, ‘KGF Chapter 2’ and ‘Shamshera’, to name a few.
Stay tuned for more updates!

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