Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt, jailed for buying weapons from bombers who attacked Mumbai in 1993, has appealed against his sentence.
Dutt, who began his six-year sentence last week, also sought bail at a Supreme Court hearing.
The Bollywood star is currently held in a high security prison in the western Indian city of Pune.
Dutt, 48, is the most high-profile of 100 people convicted in connection with the blasts which killed 257 people.
He was cleared of conspiracy, but found guilty of illegally possessing a rifle and a pistol.
Dutt found fame playing gangsters and anti-heroes.
His trial generated huge interest among Bollywood fans across India.
The son of a Hindu father and Muslim mother, he said the weapons were necessary in order to defend his family during the Hindu-Muslim rioting of 1993 that followed the destruction by Hindu zealots of the Babri mosque in Ayodhya.
The Mumbai blasts were allegedly carried out by Mumbai's (Bombay's) Muslim-dominated underworld in retaliation for the riots, in which most of those killed were Muslims.