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NCB’s probe in Bollywood’s alleged reference to drug peddlers is intensifying by the day. As per newest growth, Deepika Padukone’s title has cropped up and the company is prone to summon her for interrogation this week. For the uninitiated, Deepika was part of a home occasion organised by Karan Johar in 2019 which has now come underneath the scanner after politician Manjinder Singh Sirsa renewed his claims that it was a ‘drug party’.
NCB has reportedly obtained entry to a number of chats exchanged between many A-listers from the trade over procuring medicine. Times Now simply obtained their arms on a number of WhatsApp chats from October 2017 whereby Deepika reportedly requested for ‘Hash’ from her KWAN expertise supervisor Karishma.
Deepika is at present in Goa, gearing as much as start capturing for her Shakun Batra directorial co-starring Siddhant Chaturvedi, Ananya Panday. The movie is being produced by Karan Johar who can also be in Goa together with his household proper now. It’s left to see what flip does this case take hereafter.
Apart from Deepika, drug costs have additionally been allegedly levelled towards Shraddha Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan. It’s been reported that Rhea Chakraborty, who’s at present in NCB custody over alleged drug conspiracy in reference to Sushant Singh Rajput’s dying, took Shraddha and Sara’s names throughout her interrogation. Notably, Sara shared screen-space with deceased Sushant in ‘Kedarnath’ whereas Shraddha shared the display screen with the late actor in ‘Chichhore’.
Meanwhile, NCB interrogated Rhea’s expertise supervisor Jaya Saha and Sushant’s former supervisor Shruti Modi in reference to the alleged drug case today. They will likely be grilled once more tomorrow. Before this, the duo was additionally questioned by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), which is individually probing Sushant’s dying case.
The NCB began its probe after Enforcement Directorate (ED) discovered a number of WhatsApp chats between a number of individuals ostensibly for procuring medicine.