After Salman Khan, his sister Alvira Khan Agnihotri visited Shah Rukh Khan’s Mumbai residence to indicate her assist. Shah Rukh’s son Aryan Khan was arrested in a drug-related case by Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Saturday night time.
On Monday night, paparazzi stationed outdoors Shah Rukh’s sea-facing bungalow photographed Alvira getting into Mannat in her automotive. Alvira’s go to to residence got here hours after her brother Salman Khan met with Shah Rukh and his household.
The Bharat actor was photographed visiting Shah Rukh on Sunday night time. The actor, who lives near Mannat, was among the many first Bollywood stars to have visited Shah Rukh after Aryan’s arrest.
Shah Rukh and his household have obtained assist from many others within the trade as nicely. Celebrities resembling Suniel Shetty, Pooja Bhatt, Suchitra Krishnamoorthi and Hansal Mehta took to social media to indicate their assist.
“It is painful for a parent having to deal with a child getting into trouble. It gets compounded when people begin to arrive at judgments before the law takes its course. It is disrespectful and unfair to the parent and to the parent-child relationship. With you @srk,” Hansal wrote.
“I stand in solidarity with you @iamsrk Not that you need it. But I do. This too, shall pass,” Pooja tweeted.
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Aryan Khan was arrested by the NCB after a workforce busted a rave social gathering happening on a cruise ship on Saturday night time. The raid was carried out after a tip-off, an NCB official mentioned. Aryan Khan, together with seven others, has been remanded in NCB custody until October 7.
On Monday, Aryan was produced earlier than a court docket in Mumbai for a bail listening to. He was taken to court docket after a medical check-up was carried out.
Aryan has been booked underneath Section 8C, 20B, 27 (Punishment for consumption of any narcotic drug or psychotropic substance) and 35 (Presumption of culpable psychological state) of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS Act).