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Bollywood has at present come below the scrutiny of the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB). What began off as a probe in alleged drug conspiracy in reference to Sushant Singh Rajput’s dying has now been shifted to a number of A-listers together with Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor, Rakul Preet Singh amongst others.
Rhea Chakraborty, who has been accused of abetting Sushant’s suicide by father KK Singh, was taken into custody on September 9 after her WhatsApp chats, pertaining to medicine, have been accessed by the company. Soon, her KWAN expertise supervisor Jaya Saha got here below the NCB scanner on condition that a few of the chats have been despatched by her to Rhea and there widened the probe. The investigation solely obtained deeper by the day with Jaya, her KWAN colleague Karishma Prakash’s alleged drug chats being established with Deepika, Rakul, Shraddha, Sara.
A set of WhatsApp chats from 2017 have been accessed whereby a sure D, allegedly suspected to be Deepika, is seen asking for ‘hash’ from a Karishma. This has compelled the company to interrogate Deepika contemplating Karishma is Deepika’s expertise supervisor. As far as Rakul, Sara, Shraddha are involved, comparable fees of allegedly ‘procuring and consuming medicine’ have been pressed towards them. Reports counsel that Sara, Shraddha have allegedly consumed medicine with late Sushant at his Pawna Lake farmhouse.
Summons have been issued by NCB to the above talked about actresses and here is when they are going to be interrogated
- Rakul Preet Singh – September 25 (Today)
- Karishma Prakash – September 25 (Today)
- Kshitij Prasad – September 25 (Today)
- Deepika Padukone – September 26 (Tomorrow)
- Sara Ali Khan – September 26 (Tomorrow)
- Shraddha Kapoor – September 26 (Tomorrow)
Apart from these celebrities, TV actors Abigail and Sanam Johar are being grilled by the company because the final two days.
As per newest growth, drug substances have been reportedly discovered at their residence and they’re more likely to be booked for ‘consuming medicine.’ Further interrogation to be continued.