around in any major Indian city, and you will find someone with an arm
outstretched, mobile phone in hand, smiling widely and clicking away.
Even Prime Minister Narendra Modi has embraced the medium, posting
pictures online he's snapped with various world leaders.
But the pursuit of the most epic selfie can have lethal consequences.
Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt said freedom was "the most amazing thing"
after he left prison Thursday upon completing his five-year sentence for
illegal weapons possession in a case linked to the 1993 terror attack
Dutt's wife Maanyata and noted filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani greeted the actor as he came out of the prison gate in the western city of Pune. He saluted the Indian national flag at the prison building and thanked fans, including some who came in person to see him, for their support. "There is no easy walk to freedom, my friend," he told reporters before leaving in a chartered plane.