The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) is currently investigating the alleged drug nexus of Bollywood angle, apart from the Sushant Singh Rajput death case. As actor Deepika Padukone’s name surfaced after her alleged drugs chats with manager Karishma Prakash, the actress was issued a summons by the NCB to appear. Meanwhile, it was recently reported that Deepika’s husband Ranveer Singh requested to be allowed to be present during wife’s questioning, citing her anxiety issues. Now, NCB officials bust reports that claimed otherwise.
According to a report in India Today, NCB officials said, “There are questions whether Ranveer Singh is joining the investigation with Deepika Padukone. We confirm that we have not received any such request from any summoned person. The last email received from the concerned summoned person is only regarding joining the investigation."
The NCB officials busted reports that claimed Ranveer Singh requested to join wife Deepika Padukone’s questioning. As per the report, the agency officials confirmed that they have not received any such request from any person that is summoned so far. The NCB officials said that the last email received from the ‘concerned summoned person’ is only regarding appearing for questioning and joining the probe.
Meanwhile, Deepika Padukone was issued a summon by the NCB while she was busy shooting for Shakun Batra’s next with Ananya Panday and Siddhant Chaturvedi in Goa. Yesterday, Times Now reported that the actress will be heading to Mumbai in a charter plane from Goa. On Thursday night, Deepika arrived in Mumbai with her husband, Ranveer Singh who was right beside her at the airport. The Chhapaak actress is to be questioned on Saturday, September 26, says reports. Also Read: Ranveer Singh Requests NCB To Join Deepika Padukone's Interrogation Session; Cites She Sometimes Gets Anxiety And Panic Attacks - REPORTS
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