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Shah Rukh and family are being used as smokescreens: Vishal Dadlani on Aryan Khan’s drug case

Mumbai: Music composer Vishal Dadlani has come forward to extend his support to the superstar’s family by making a big statement amid the ongoing controversy over the arrest of superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in an alleged drug case.

Shah Rukh Khan and his wife Gauri are going through a difficult time ever since their elder son Aryan was caught by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in a drug raid on October 3.

A Mumbai court on Friday also rejected the bail plea of ​​Aryan Khan, who was arrested on October 3, which has shocked the entire nation.

Aryan has now been taken to the Quarantine Cell of Arthur Road Jail along with two others. Ever since this news came out, fans and fellow friends of the film industry have been supporting Shahrukh in this matter.

The latest celebrity who has come forward to extend his support to Shah Rukh is composer Vishal Dadlani. The musician took to his Twitter handle and wrote, “SRK and his family being used as a smokescreen, to divert attention from 3000 kg of Talibani-drug at Adani port and killing of farmers by son An easy target. A BJP member/MLA.”

Earlier, stars like Raveena Tandon, Hrithik Roshan, Johnny Lever, Zoya Akhtar, and Hansal Mehta also extended their support to the star couple on social media.

Superstars Salman Khan and Karan Johar were also seen visiting Shah Rukh Khan’s Mannat residence after the controversy broke out in the media. An NCB team busted an alleged drugs party on board the Cordelia cruise ship, which was on its way to Goa in the middle of the sea on the night of October 2.

Eight people, including Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Seth Merchant, Munmun Dhamecha, Vikrant Chhokar, Ismeet Singh, Nupur Sarika, Gomit Chopra and Mohk Jaswal, were produced in Mumbai’s Esplanade Court on October 4, which sent them to NCB custody till October 7. Gave.

He was arrested on 3 October in connection with the seizure of drugs on the cruise ship.

According to the NCB, the three persons have been booked under sections 8C, 20B, 27 (punishment for consumption of any narcotic drug or psychotropic substance) and 35 (presumption of defective mental state) of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS Act). Has been recorded. .

Aryan and seven others were sent to judicial custody for 14 days by a magistrate court in Mumbai on Thursday. On Friday, a Mumbai court rejected his bail plea.

On Saturday, NCB had also questioned Aryan’s driver. So far 18 arrests have been made in the case.

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