Deepika Padukone’s co-stars summoned by NCB? Agency clarifies& |  Photo Credit: Instagram
After Deepika Padukone recorded her assertion with the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in alleged drug case that is being investigated post Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise, speculations have been rife that a number of A-listers are subsequent on the radar. More lately, experiences claiming names of prime actors with initials ‘A’, ‘R’ and ‘S’ have been doing the rounds on the web. It’s been alleged that the company is quickly going to problem summons to the actors hinted with the above initials.
However, an NCB official has rubbished any such improvement within the alleged medication case. Responding to experiences of ‘Deepika Padukone’s co-stars’ being summoned for interrogation, an official referred to as out the portals for carrying ‘false’ experiences.
“Do you want me to comment on false stories some of the media is reporting?”, retorted an NCB official when requested about ‘superstars’ being apparently summoned, by ETimes. As quoted by the portal, the official is a senior member from NCB’s SIT workforce who has been dealing with the alleged drug case because the starting. He additionally part of the workforce that questioned Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan and Shraddha Kapoor, final weekend.
For the uninitiated, Deepika, Sara and Shraddha’s names cropped up within the alleged drug case after a couple of WhatsApp chats, pertaining to medication, had been accessed by NCB. According to a report in ETimes, Deepika, in her assertion to NCB, had mentioned that they used the phrase ‘maal’ for low-quality cigarettes, hash and weed for slender and higher high quality cigarettes, and doob for thick ones, referring to the 2017 WhatsApp chats.
An NCB official was quoted saying, “We were satisfied as both corroborated the codes,” whereas speaking about Deepika and her supervisor Karishma. However, the company has debunked experiences of giving ‘clear chit’ to Deepika, Karishma or anybody else who’ve been summoned within the case thus far.
The NCB had seized the telephones of Deepika, Sara and Shraddha for additional investigation.