Does this guy look like harbors terrorists? I’d say he looks more like an extra in Zoolander.

Sanjay Dutt Bollywood megastar and co-owner of the Super Fight League looks like he’s headed back to prison and possibly reprising the role of Lincoln Burrows in the Hindu version of ‘Prison Break.’ Back in 1993 Dutt was charged with terrorist interactions and possession of a 9mm pistol and AK-56 assault rifle in connection with the Bombay bombings under the India Terrorist and Disruptive Activities Act (TADA).

The Bombay bombings were orchestrated by the D-Company (a crime syndicate) and its leader Dawood Ibrahim resulting in the deaths of 257 people and injuring 713 more. Dutt was sentenced to 6 years in prison for his involvement, but only served 18 months until he was granted bail by the Supreme Court of India in October of 1995.

The Times of India brought details of Sanjay Dutt’s warrant for arrest on Thursday (via MiddleEasy).

The Supreme Court has upheld the conviction of actor Sanjay Dutt and has sentenced him to five years imprisonment. The actor has four weeks to surrender. The court said that the circumstances and nature of the offence was so serious that Dutt cannot be released on probation.

The apex court upheld the conviction of Sanjay Dutt under Arms Act in 1993 blasts case, but reduced the six year jail term given by TADA court to five years.

The apex court said it agreed with TADA court’s decision to acquit him of terror charges but offences under Arms Act were clearly made out for possessing and later destroying weapons of prohibited calibre.

Sanjay Dutt, who has already served nearly 18 months in jail, will now have to go to jail and serve the remaining term.

You think you know a Bollywood star until all of a sudden they’re in handcuffs, jacket over their head and screaming, “Get the f*ck out of my face” on Hard Copy – wait is that still around? If you truly knew all their dark secrets would that have changed your Friday night plans with the girl you’re settling with because you don’t have the guts to ask out her friend? Don’t tell me you wouldn’t have seen Blade: Trinity if you knew Wesley Snipes’ dirty little tax evasion secret. Suffice it to say you never know what’s lurking in someone’s closet. That sentiment rings true until the closet door’s ripped open and you see a 9mm pistol and a photo album featuring you and a bunch of Indian terrorists dressed for an Old Western themed photo shoot.