Shah Rukh Khan’s Son Aryan Khan Questioned By NCB In A Cruise Ship Drug Case

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has been very lethal on Bollywood in recent times. Months after big celebrities of Bollywood were found with possession of drugs by the NCB, now Shah Rukh Khan’s son, Aryan Khan, is being questioned in a drug case.

The NCB recently busted a rave party being held on a Goa Cruise ship. The party involved drug usage, as per the NCB. Bollywood superstar, Shah Rukh Khan’s son, Aryan Khan, was also on-board and a part of the party and for that reason, has been taken by NCB for questioning.“He was on the cruise ship where the agency raided in the night and busted a rave party,” NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede said.

According to Hindustan Times, eight people from the party have been arrested by the NCB in a drug possession case and several others have been detained for questioning regarding the rave party on the cruise ship. The officials said that after they received information about the party and boarded the cruise ship as passengers on the Goa-bound ship. Several drugs like cocaine, MDMA, Mephedrone and charas were procured by the officials from the party.

Three women from the party were called by NCB in the morning for questioning, as the agency could not call women at night. As per India Today, Kashiff Khan, managing director of FTV India, is also under scanner and NCB has reached out to him. The event is being speculated to have been organised by Kashiff Khan. 

As per Hindustan Times, a Delhi-based event company is believed to have organised such parties on cruise ships from 2 October to 4 October. The same ship was scheduled to go to Goa on Saturday and return to the Mumbai coast by Monday.

Aryan Khan has not yet been arrested by the NCB. There are no legal cases yet filed on him. He’s only been detained for questioning as he was a part of the party. As per Times Of India, another Bollywood actor’s son has also been detained for questioning. However, ET times has not yet given any confirmation regarding it.

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