VIDEO: Sanjay Dutt performed Pind Daan of his ancestors in Gaya, Bihar, worshiped with rituals, actor will soon go to Ayodhya

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VIDEO: Sanjay Dutt performed Pind Daan of his ancestors in Gaya, Bihar, worshiped with rituals, actor will soon go to Ayodhya

Sanjay Dutt: Famous Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt reached Gaya, Bihar on Thursday where he performed Pind Daan of his late parents and ancestors. Many videos of the actor have surfaced in which he is seen performing puja as per the rituals for Pind Daan.

Let us tell you, actor Sanjay Dutt had reached Vishnupad temple in Gaya on Thursday. The actor offered prayers here for the peace of the souls of his late father Sunil Dutt and late mother Nargis Dutt and his ancestors. A video of Sanjay Dutt has also surfaced in which he is seen doing Pind Daan and Tarpan with full rituals along with the Pandits in the temple.

Sanjay Dutt performed Pind Daan after reaching Gaya
Let us tell you, Sanjay Dutt had reached Gaya on Thursday by a special chartered plane for the Pind Daan of his late parents and ancestors. His video has also surfaced in which the actor is seen worshiping in the temple wearing white kurta pajama. According to the information, Sanjay Dutt performed Pind Daan of his ancestors at Phalgu Ghat, Banyan Tree and Devghat near Vishnupad in Gaya. While talking to the media, the actor said that he is very happy to come to Gaya and he felt very peaceful after coming to Gaya.

‘Will go to Ayodhya soon…’
During this, Sanjay Dutt also met the media. When the media asked him about the ‘Pranapratishtha’ ceremony of Ram temple in Ayodhya, he said, "It’s a good thing…I will definitely go there.”

Sunil Dutt died in 2005
Let us tell you, Sanjay Dutt’s father Sunil Dutt died on 25 May 2005. Sunil Dutt died of a heart attack. His mother Nargis Dutt died on 3 May 1981 due to cancer. Sunil Dutt and Nargis Dutt have been famous stars of Hindi cinema. Both of them worked together in many films, after which Sunil and Nargis fell in love with each other and got married in 1958.


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