Sunil Dutt Birthday: Sunil Dutt Birth Anniversary Quotes, Images, Pictures, Photos, Wishes, Status

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Sunil Dutt Birthday: Sunil Dutt Birth Anniversary Quotes, Images, Pictures, Photos, Wishes, Status:

Sunil Dutt Birth Anniversary 2020

Sunil Dutt (born Balraj Dutt; 6 June 1929 – 25 May 2005) was an Indian film actor, producer, director and politician. He was the Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports in the Manmohan Singh government (2004–2005). His son is actor Sanjay Dutt and his daughter Priya Dutt is a former Member of Parliament.

In 1968, he was honoured by the Padma Shri by the Government of India. In 1984 he joined the Indian National Congress party and was elected to the Parliament of India for five terms from the constituency of Mumbai North West.

Sunil Dutt was born on 6 June 1929. in Punjab Province, British India (now in Punjab, Pakistan).When he was five years old, Dutt’s father, Diwan Raghunath Dutt, died. When he was 18, the Partition of India began inciting Hindu-Muslim violence across the country. A Muslim named Yakub, who had been friends with Dutt’s father, saved their entire family.

The family resettled in the small village of Mandauli on the bank of the river Yamuna located in Yamuna Nagar, Punjab, which is now a district of Haryana. Later he moved to Lucknow with his mother, Kulwantidevi Dutt, and spent a long time in Aminabad Galli during graduation. He then moved to Bombay (present-day Mumbai), where he joined Jai Hind College as an undergraduate and took up a job at the city’s BEST Transportation Engineering division.

He retired from the film industry in the early 1990s to turn to politics after his last few releases including Yash Chopra’s Parampara (1992) and J.P. Dutta’s Kshatriya (1993). His political career was halted for some years in the early 1990s when he worked to free his son from jail after he was arrested for keeping an AK-56 that he claimed was for protection of his family after bomb blasts in Bombay.

In 1995 he won the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution to the film industry for four decades. He returned to acting shortly before his death in 2003’s Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. in which he shared the screen with son Sanjay for the first time although they had appeared earlier in Rocky and Kshatriya but not in the same scenes together.

Sunil Dutt died of a heart attack on 25 May 2005 at his residence in Bandra, Mumbai, twelve days before his 76th birthday,At the time of his death, he was the Minister for Youth Affairs and Sports in the Union Government led by Dr. Manmohan Singh and was the Member of Parliament from North-west Mumbai. He was cremated with full state honours at Santacruz Crematorium in Mumbai. He was succeeded as Minister by Mani Shankar Aiyar. His seat in the Parliament was contested by his daughter, Priya Dutt, who won it and was a Member of Parliament until May 2014.

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