Actor Sanjay Dutt on Tuesday was granted 14 days furlough for medical treatment.
The Munnabhai MBBS actor is serving a 42-month sentence for his role in the 1993 Mumbai blasts in Yerwada jail. The actor had illegal arms in his possession.
Reports say the actor has already left the jail.
The prison authorities have cancelled a play that Sanjay Dutt was supposed to act in.
A furlough is a leave of absence from prison granted to a prisoner by the jail authorities and differs from a parole that is granted by the court.
The actor was due for a parole but opted to take a furlough to treat his unnamed medical condition.
In August this year, the actor had taken a parole for treatment.
The Supreme Court had in March this year upheld his conviction under the Arms Act but reduced the six years to five.
He had already served a-year-and-half behind the bars before the apex court's judgement and is undergoing the remaining sentence of 42 months.
Dutt was sent to Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai on May 16 after he surrendered before a designated TADA court and was shifted to Yerawada prison six days later.