Bollywood star Salman Khan He visited his best friend SRK’s house Mannat late Sunday night after that Shahrukh’s son Aryan Khan has been arrested And sent to the custody of one day at the Narcotics Control Office.
Khan was photographed dressed in all black and was seen pointing at the paparazzi in the photos.
Earlier in the day, other celebrities like Pooja Bhatt, Sunil Shetty and Sshitra Krishnamurthy spoke about the arrest. Pooja Bhatt tweeted that she is standing with SRK and wrote, “I am in solidarity with @iamsrk not because you need it. But I do. All this will pass.”
On the other hand, Suchitra writes that fame has a price. “To all those who target #Bollywood remember all of the #NCB raids on movie stars? Yes, nothing has been found and nothing has been proven. #Bollywood stare is Tamcha. This is the price of fame.” Suchitra and SRK were co-stars of Kabhi Haa Kabhi Naa.
I sympathize with you Tweet embed This is not what you need. But I do. All this will pass. ?
– Pooja Bhatt (@PoojaB1972) October 3, 2021
On the other hand, Sunil Shetty asked people, without naming names, to give “this baby a breath.” The fact is that when there is a raid, many people are taken away. We assume that this child consumed something, or that this child did. Investigation is underway. Let’s give this kid his breath. When something like this happens from our industry, the media cracks down on it and makes assumptions, we give the child a chance, we let the real reports come out, and until then, he is a child, and taking care of him is our responsibility,” actor ANI said.
For all of these targets #Bollywood remember all #NCB Raids on movie stars? Yes, nothing has been found and nothing has been proven. #Bollywood The stare is Tamcha. It’s the price of fame
– Suchitra Krishnamurthi (@uchsuchitrak) October 3, 2021
Aryan Khan He was arrested for the first time For questioning in the raid by the National Central Bank on a cruise ship bound from Mumbai to Goa. An official said he was later arrested under Sections 8c, 20b, 27 and 35 of the Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS) on charges of possession, consumption and sale of illegal substances set by the law.