Sanjay Dutt had become emotional after hearing the news of his recovery from cancer, wife Manyata, had tears in her eyes due to happiness.

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Sanjay Dutt had become emotional after hearing the news of his recovery from cancer, wife Manyata, had tears in her eyes due to happiness.

Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt has won the battle with lung cancer. A close friend of his told that when wife Sanjay Dutt got the news of Sanjay’s recovery from cancer, she started crying. His happiness was no longer there. He said that Manyata took great care of Sanjay Dutt while battling cancer.

A close friend of Sanjay Dutt told Spotboye, ‘Manyata is crying. She is praying more. Manyata has always been with Sanjay Dutt in every happiness and sorrow. He is a better person for Sanjay. I don’t know what Sanjay would have done if she hadn’t been with him. When Sanjay married his third marriage with Manyata, we suspected that this marriage would not last much, but Manyata proved that she is a devoted wife and mother. ‘

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It is known that Sanjay Dutt on Wednesday gave information about defeating cancer to the fans through social media. He thanked the fans heartily for the support and prayers. Sanjay shared a post on Twitter account, in which he wrote, ‘The last few weeks were very difficult for me and family. But as it is said, God chooses only the strongest soldier to fight a tough battle. And today, on the occasion of my children’s birthday, I have returned after winning this battle. This is the best gift for the family.

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Sanjay further writes that it would not have happened to me without the blessings of all of you. I am grateful to you all for your support and blessings. I thank family, friends and fans for standing in this battle with me. Stay strong for me Thank you for the love, familiarity and countless blessings. I am grateful to Dr. Sevanti and her team, thankful to the nurses and medical staff of Kokilaben Hospital who cared for me so much.

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