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Following a raid at a party conducted on a Goa-bound cruise liner on Saturday night, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) arrested Bollywood celebrity Shah Rukh Khan’s 23-year-old son Aryan Khan and seven others on Sunday. Khan is being charge with consuming Charas.
Aryan is Khan’s first child. The couple also have two other kids: daughter named Suhana, who’s their middle child, and a younger son named AbRam.
Aryan Khan received much of his education outside of India. He attended London’s Seven Oaks High School, where he graduated in 2016. He then went to the University of Southern California and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Cinematic Arts, Film and Television Production, School of Cinematic Arts. In 2020, he received his bachelor’s degree from USC.
SRK has stated that he does not believe Aryan has what it takes to be an actor, and he understands this, but he is an excellent writer.
Aryan Khan later mentioned in another interview that he wants to make a film. However, not many people are aware that Jr Khan has already made his film debut. In the SRK-starrer ‘K,’ Aryan Khan made a cameo as a child.
Arrest by the NCB
Khan, his buddy and Bollywood actor Arbaz Merchant, and Munmun Dhamecha were among the eight people arrested and were placed in NCB custody until Monday. Dhamecha is supposed to be the daughter of a Madhya Pradesh businessman, and Merchant is said to be the son of a wood trader.
The NCB claimed to have confiscated 13 grammes of cocaine, 21 grammes of charas, 22 MDMA tablets, 5 grammes of mephedrone, and over Rs 1.3 lakh in cash. The agency stated in the remand application that Khan, Merchant, and Dhamecha were arrested for consumption, sale, and purchase of contraband, all of which are punishable under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act, 1985
The NCB found WhatsApp chats “clearly showing the nexus of those arrested with suppliers and peddlers on a regular basis,” according to the remand application filed in court. Advait Sethna of the NCB advocated for their custody, while Satish Maneshinde of the NCB claimed that police remand for a bailable offence would be unjust.
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