The names of top-notch Bollywood superstars Shahrukh Khan, Ranbir Kapoor, Arjun Rampal and Dino Morea have surfaced in the Bollywood drug cartel case, this is according to a Hindi report in daily Dainik Bhaskar.
This comes just after the anti-drug agency issued fresh summons to top Bollywood stars like Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor and Rakul Preet in an attempt to crack down on the narco nexus.
However, it was not immediately clear if the report is true the claims were labelled as false. A senior official has now told Times of India that the reports are “False.”
A few days back, ABP News had also revealed that three leading actors whose initials begin with S, R & A will be roped in by the Narcotics Control Bureau in the ongoing drug probe.
S= Shahrukh Khan; R= Ranbir Kapoor; A= Arjun Rampal & D= Dino Morea, these four names have been quoted by Dainik Bhaskar, claiming that the NCB is likely to send summons to them after doing a thorough homework. On condition of anonymity, an official of NCB had revealed the names, the report said.
The NCB has paced up its investigation into the alleged Bollywood drugs nexus, and is likely to summon these four leading male actors of the industry in connection with the drug cartel case related to Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case.
During its investigation last week, NCB grilled leading Bollywood actresses Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor and Rakul Preet in connection with the drugs case. All four actresses denied consuming any narcotics substance during the questioning session.
Using drugs has been a part of Bollywood since decades and is a part of everyday life. Actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has brought the ugly truth of Bollywood and drugs into the limelight once again.
S= Shahrukh Khan; R= Ranbeer Kapoor; A= Arjun Rampal & D= Dino Moreya….. hindi daily #DainikBhaskar quotes these 4 Bollywood actors in Drugs case. @DainikBhaskar exposes bad side #MumbaiFilmIndustry! #BollywoodKiDirtyPicture @ABPNews pic.twitter.com/bTRcwSNVqM
— Sumit Awasthi (@awasthis) September 30, 2020
When asked to confirm the news, an official said, “Do you want me to comment on false stories, some of the media is reporting?”