New Delhi: Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt surrendered before TADA Court on Thursday and he spent his first night in Arthur Road Jail’s barrack number 12. The actor is likely to be shifted to Yerwada Jail on Friday.

After spending seven hours in the special court on Thursday where he visited to surrender under tight security, Dutt was taken to the Arthur Road Jail.

In the court room, Dutt pleaded before the judge for taking along with him few of his belonging inside the jail. Upon his demand, special judge G A Sanap, allowed him to carry mattress, pillow, Hanuman Chalisa, Ramayan, Bhagwat Geeta, toothpaste, shampoo, sleepers, Kurta-Pyjama, Mosquito repellent and a fan along with him. On his request to carry e-cigarette in the jail, the judge denied permission saying “you should leave smoking cigarette”.

After being shifted to Yerwada Jail, Dutt will be served food supplied to him from his home for about one week and further decision in this regard will be taken by the authorities later.

During first six months of his imprisonment, Dutt will be treated as an unskilled worker and will be paid Rs 25 per day as wage. After this, his daily wage will be raised to Rs 35 a day. On completing his training, he will be paid Rs 40 per day. He will be allowed a pocket allowance of Rs 1,500 per month from his family for purchasing toiletries or snacks from the prison canteen.

A maximum of 5 members of his family will be allowed to meet him once a month for 20 minutes. His activities on Sunday will include drudgework like washing his own clothes, in addition to other chores that jail officials would allot him.

Dutt's days in prison

5.30 am: Time to wake up
6.00 am: Prayers
6.05 am: 45-minute-long session of PT and drill
7.00 am - 8.00 am: Tea and breakfast (might get poha, upma or sheera)
8.00 am: Work session (could be allotted work in the kitchen, carpentry or some other section)
11.30 am: Lunch (Chapati, dal, rice and vegetables)
12 noon - 4.00 pm: Another work session
4.00 pm - 6.00 pm: Reading (newspapers), or playing (volleyball, carom etc)
6.00 pm: Dinner (same as lunch)
6.30 pm - 9.00 pm: Watching TV in barracks with other convicts (only Doordarshan channels)
9.00 pm: Bedtime