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Deceased Mumbai fan leaves all her money to Sanjay Dutt
Sometimes there is an unbelievable equation between a star and a fan, the strangeness and the uniqueness are many times unfathomable.

Recently, an incident moved Sanjay Dutt, when a fan left all her belongings for the star after she passed away on January 15 this year.

Sanjay was shocked when he came to know about this. His ardent fan Nishi Harishchandra Tripathi left all her money in his name. Sanjay was overwhelmed by this act but the actor wrote to the bank that he did not wish to take anything from this woman's account.

62-year-old Nisha Harishchandra Tripathi, a Malabar Hill resident had actually written the name of the actor as the inheritor of her wealth. The documents which she had sent to the bank had the actor's name and his residential address. Indeed it was a kind gesture nonetheless quite shocking.

Film stars are used to the attention bestowed on them by fans and paparazzi, the fan frenzy clubs have their own way of celebrating a star's glory but this was beyond imagination of putting a star's name in a will.

Bank of Baroda's Walkeshwar branch informed the actor regarding the same. Her lawyer also revealed about the will soon after the prayer meeting which was held after her demise. The actor was shooting for 'Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3' in Kolkata when he heard the news. He decided to transfer the ownership of all her belongings to the bereaved family.

Tripathi is survived by her 80-year-old mother and three siblings. Sources say that she was battling with terminal illness. The family knew about her fascination and love for Sanjay Dutt but hardly did they comprehend the intensity of the admiration.

The star was overwhelmed and wrote: "As actors, we are used to fans naming their children after us, chasing us down the street and giving us gifts. But this has shocked me. I did not know Nishi and I am overwhelmed by the entire incident to speak about it."

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