Suspense in Bollywood for drug case

According to sources, the central investigative agency confiscated the cell phones of three actresses. The agency will send the seized phones for forensic examination.

The phones of Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan, were seized by NCB

Deepika Padukone, one of the biggest names in the Hindi film industry, was questioned for six hours on Saturday by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in Mumbai. She was summoned, along with actors Shraddha Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan.

In questioning, the Bollywood actress reportedly confessed to being the administrator of the WhatsApp group, where discussions on drugs took place, for which she was summoned by the Narcotics Control Office (NCB) on Saturday.

The NCB also seized the phones of talent manager Jaya Saha and fashion designer Simone Khambatta and sent them for a forensic examination in the case that was based on recovered chat messages and has not led to the discovery of any contraband so far.

Padukone was questioned at the Evelyn Guest House in Mumbai Colaba, where the Special Investigation Team of the Office of Narcotics Control has established a base. Kapoor and Khan were also questioned separately at the NCB's Ballard Estate office.

The investigation into Bollywood drug ties began with the questioning of actor Rhea Chakraborty, three months after Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his Mumbai home on June 14. The investigation, which involves multiple agencies, has captivated the nation, spewing almost daily twists and turns and wild speculation. and social media campaigns.

Sources at the Office of Narcotics Control, whose mandate is to go after the largest drug cartels and not individual consumers, have said the agency was summoning Bollywood A members to understand the supply network through the alleged consumers.

Apparently the NCB did not get much information from the responses to the questioning of the three actresses, they only hope that the analysis of cell phones will help them find the truth.

According to sources, there are many more names in the Bollywood drug ring, which may be revealed in the coming days. But it is reported that, at present, NCB will send a detailed report of the investigation so far to NCB CEO Rakesh Asthana. After that the pertinent actions will be taken.

So far they have questioned 35 people and arrested 20 in the drug case. But the investigation is not over yet. Sources have not given much timely information so the investigations will continue.

Arymel García

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