Both Ranbir and Dutt have done an ad film together. "He is a big supporter to me. He is a family man. I did visit him once and will meet him again before he surrenders," Ranbir told reporters.
The Supreme Court had on March 21 upheld the conviction of Sanjay Dutt under the Arms Act (for illegally possessing arms) in the terror attack and sentenced him to five years in prison. He has spent 18 months and will have another three-and-half years in jail. But the actor moved an application in the Supreme Court seeking more time to surrender as he wanted to complete shooting of seven movies, including big-budget projects such as filmmaker Raju Hirani's Peekay, Karan Johar's Unglee, Apoorva Lakhia's Zanjeer.
The apex court granted him four weeks time on "humanitarian" grounds to surrender before jail authorities. Now he will have to surrender on May 15.