Mumbai North West has been good to actor-politician Sunil Dutt. He has represented the seat four times in the Lok Sabha.
In 1999, assembly and Lok Sabha elections in Maharashtra were held simultaneously. The Congress was bruised badly, losing five of Mumbai's six parliamentary seats.
Dutt was the only Congress candidate to emerge victorious.
He also helped the Congress win five of the six assembly seats in Mumbai North West.
Will he find a place in the 14th Lok Sabha? His main rival is the Shiv Sena's Rajya Sabha member Sanjay Nirupam.
rediff.com spent a day with Sunil Dutt to find out the man behind the actor-politician.
Dutt discusses the day's campaign plan with MLA Baba Siddique (centre), J C Chandurkar (on Dutt's left) and state Minister of State for Home Kripa Shankar Singh (on Siddique's right).
Reportage: Vijay Singh | Photographs: Jewella C Miranda
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