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Deposing as a witness in the case of alleged Bollywood nexus with the underworld, Mr. Dutt also denied his alleged telephonic talk with Shakeel on November 14, 2000 from a hotel in Nasik. Mr. Dutt, however, admitted that he had gone to Nasik on that day along with producer Sanjay Gupta, director Mahesh Manjrekar and financier Harish Sughandh.
The actor told the designated judge, A. P. Bhangale, that he did not remember speaking to anyone on telephone on November 14, 2000, because he had consumed liquor.
Prosecutor Rohini Salian then played an audio cassette in the court which contained the alleged conversation Dutt and three others had with Shakeel.
Hearing the cassette, Dutt told the court that he could not recognise any of the voices including that of his own.
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