[VIDEO] Simone Khambatta reaches NCB workplace for questioning in drug probe in Sushant Singh Rajput dying case

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[VIDEO] Simone Khambatta reaches NCB workplace& 

Sushant Singh Rajput’s dying case is being probed by three federal companies – Central Bureau of Investigation, The Narcotics Control Bureau, and the Enforcement Directorate. Sushant’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty has been in judicial custody for the final two weeks after leaked chats confirmed that she tried to obtain medicine alongside together with her brother Showik. During her interrogation, it was revealed that Rhea named three folks that she and Sushant used to eat medicine with. 

Her checklist included Sara Ali Khan, Rakul Preet Singh, and designer Simone Khambatta. While there was no affirmation of Rhea’s assertion, Simone has been summoned by the NCB and was noticed arriving on the workplace earlier this morning. 

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It’s additionally being reported that Rakul will probably be known as in for questioning later today. On the opposite hand, Deepika Padukone’s identify has additionally popped up within the drug probe after a chat was leaked between a Okay and D. In the chat, a sure D was asking Okay for ‘maal.’ Deepika, who’s at present capturing for her subsequent movie in Goa, has additionally been summoned by the NCB and can doubtless be arriving in Mumbai today to be questioned within the case. 

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But however, information company ANI has revealed that Deepika will probably be summoned on September 25, Shraddha, and Sara have been requested to seem earlier than the NCB on September 26. The actresses are but to touch upon the identical. Dia Mirza was additionally rumoured to be summoned by the NCB, however the actress shut down all of the rumours and in addition claimed that she has by no means consumed medicine.


Sushant was discovered lifeless in his Bandra condominium on June 14. His father filed an FIR towards Rhea, Showik and three others for abetment to suicide, psychological and monetary exploitation. 

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