Ever since the Narcotics Bureau Control found evidence against Rhea Chakraborty and her involvement in drugs, the actress got arrested by NCB. Reportedly, she then revealed a few names from the Bollywood industry who consume drugs and have drug parties. That's not it, even Kangana Ranaut explosively claimed that 99% of people in the tinsel town are indulged in drugs. Amidst all this, the latest news that is buzzing in the media is that Remo D'Souza's ABCD and Dance India Dance choreographer Kishore Shetty was arrested on Saturday by the Mangaluru police for possession of drugs, as reported by India Today.
He was arrested on the charges of drug peddling and consumption of banned substances. It is reported that he was allegedly trying to sell the drugs that he bought from Mumbai. Reportedly, they used to buy drugs from Bengaluru and Mumbai and sell it in Mangaluru. Along with Shetty, Mangalore Police also arrested another man named Aqeel Nausheel and seized MDMA also known as Ecstasy. "The CCB police arrested the accused [Kishore Shetty and Aqeel Nausheel] this morning. They had brought the drugs from Mumbai and were trying to sell it in Mangaluru," Mangaluru city police commissioner Vikash Kumar said.
“After securing them, we got to know that one of them had acted in a Bollywood movie and is a choreographer dancer. His name is Kishore Aman Shetty, and the other person is Aqueel Nousheel. Both of them were caught while on a motorcycle,” he further added.
Meanwhile, Akali Dal leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa has also filed a complaint against Karan Johar and his party. NCB Headquarters in Delhi have forwarded the complaint to NCB Mumbai to investigate the allegedly drugs party at his residence. ALSO READ: Rhea Chakraborty Finally Admits To Consuming Drugs After Repeated Denials, Cracked At 55th Question And Told NCB, ‘I’m A Good Actress’
Image source: Instagram/ kishore_aman_shetty
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