Citizens fighting for their clean image in courts seems to be a normal scenario but Indians today are noticing a gangster fighting for his clean image. Yes! convicted gangster Abu Salem has just filed in a defamation case against filmmaker Raj Kumar Hirani, Vidhu Vinod Chopra and others for projecting him wrong in recently released 'Sanju'. Notice sent by his advocate Prashant Pandey states that "The scene where Ranbir Kapoor (pictured as Sanjay Dutt) gives a confessional statement about possession of arms and ammunition during communal tension around our country in 1993, is defaming my client (Salem), as my client never supplied the arms and ammunition, as alleged to Sanjay Dutt, as pictured in the film." The notice claims that Salem had never met Sanjay in real and there could be no involvement of his supplying arms and ammunition to Dutt, as shown in the film. The statement further added, “extremely insinuating, disparaging and defamatory attacking the reputation of Salem”. The notice further states of the scene to be eliminated within 15 days of the receipt of the legal notice with an apology by Hirani, Chopra, and others to Salem. Abu Salem, who was convicted for his involvement in the 1993 Bombay serial blasts case, is currently in jail serving a life sentence.