The star kid who has always been in limelight for looks and debut rumors, also loved for ‘like father like son’ attitude, looks, and charm has not started his career yet but dropped into the controversy again, once he was dragged into controversy when his lookalike guy was seen in an objectionable video clip.
As the country’s biggest movie star or one of the biggest movie stars worldwide, Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan is trending on Twitter these days, with trollers going crazy, slamming SRK for his upbringing.
Senior advocate Amit Desai is representing Aryan Khan on his case, who was also responsible for acquitting Salman Khan from his 2002 hit-and-run case. Will he be able to release the star kid tomorrow or will Aryan breathe in some more jail air?
According to several reports, Aryan Khan is among the seventeen people who were detained by Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), they were caught partying on Saturday, October 2, in a cruise ship to Goa.
It’s not confirmed that any celebrity or celebrity family person is involved in this case but the NCB raid of the Cordelia Cruise seized cocaine, hashish, and MD drugs.
The star kid has been under NCB custody since October 3 and is currently under 14-day judicial custody at Arthur Road jail. Aryan Khan was stated saying that he was invited at the cruise ship party as VVIP, and was there only to “add glamour”. He further pointed out that there were a total of 1300 people at the party but there have only been 17 arrests.
Recollecting the whole scene, Aryan Khan has not been found in possession of any drugs. The NCB has checked his WhatsApp chats that were a year old when he was abroad and have linked him with an international drug racket.
Aryan Khan’s bail plea was deferred to October 13 during his bail plea hearing on October 8. The NCB has requested some time to respond to his bail pleas. The others arrested in the case, Arbaaz Merchant, Munmun Dhamecha also have their bail plea hearing on Wednesday.
The court declared that Aryan, Munmun, and Arbaaz have been booked under sections 8 (b), 20 (b), 27, 28, 29, and 35 of the NDPS Act, and others have been charged with possession of intermediate quantities, commercial quantities, and financing, and can face a punishment of more than 3 years.