Salman Khan pays a visit to Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan after Aryan Khan gets arrested in Mumbai cruise drug case | Hindi Movie News - Bollywood - Times of India

With the arrest of son Aryan Khan in a drug case, superstar Shah Rukh Khan's family is currently going through a really tough time. And, standing in solidarity with his good friend, superstar Salman Khan paid a visit to Shah Rukh and Gauri Khan to extend his support at this difficult time. After meeting SRK, Salman was seen leaving 'Mannat' late at night by the paparazzi. Meanwhile, talking about Aryan Khan's case, Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan has been sent to one-day NCB custody on October 3. NCB has managed to get the one-day custody of other accused in the drug case, Arbaaz Seth Merchantt and Munmunn Dhamecha. After arresting Aryan and others in the case, NCB presented them before the holiday court where they reportedly demanded two days custody of all three. However, as per the reports, Aryan's lawyer Satish Manshinde opposed the NCB's demand stating that he was invited as a special guest to the party and nothing was found during the security check before he boarded the ship. On the other hand, during the hearing, NCB has said that its investigation is in its preliminary phase at the moment and to expose the whole drug nexus, the anti-drug agency needs their custody. NCB reportedly also said that they have strong evidence against all three in the case and alleged that the accused were in touch with the drug peddlers. Notably, after getting a tip-off, 22 NCB officials boarded the cruise as passengers and conducted a raid as soon as the party commenced and found their co-passengers consuming drugs. The investigating agency has reportedly recovered drugs like cocaine, charas, Mephedrone and Ecstasy from the cruise party. Post this, eight people including Aryan Khan were detained and brought to the NCB office in Mumbai late at night for questioning.

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