New Delhi [India], Mar. 3 (ANI): Actor Sanjay Dutt has apologised for his bodyguards' misbehaviour with the media, saying that had he been there at the spot, the incident wouldn't have happened.
The 57 year-old, who was recently spotted at an event said, "I wasn't there on the sets. If I had been there, this accident would not have happened. I believe in spreading love and Agra has given immense love to all of us. I apologize to the people for the incident."
The response comes after Dutt's security guards pushed and misbehaved with some media persons during the shooting of his upcoming movie 'Bhoomi'.
The 'Agneepath' star also shared that he does not want his daughter Trishala to become an actress and said, "I'll break her legs if she becomes an actor."
"I have invested a lot of time and energy to put her in a criminal college. She is specialized in forensic science. I think that is a great thing to do. Moreover, she still has to learn Hindi to become an actress and though it looks really easy, but it is really difficult to become an actress," he added.
On a related note, Omung Kumar's directorial 'Bhoomi' is scheduled to release this year and stars Sanjay Dutt and Aditi Rao Hydari in lead roles. (ANI)