After Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor Leaves NCB Office Post Almost Five Hours Of Questioning Session- Visuals Here

Shraddha Kapoor who reached NCB office earlier in the day for the interrogation session has now left the NCB office

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After Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor Leaves NCB Office Post Almost Five Hours Of Questioning Session- Visuals Here
Shraddha Kapoor was summoned by the Narcotics Control Bureau to question her about her alleged link with Sushant Singh Rajput and drugs case. The NCB officials had personally visited her home in Mumbai to hand out the summon. Today, she reached the NCB office in Mumbai in the afternoon. After almost five-long hours of questioning session, Shraddha Kapoor has now left the NCB office. Reportedly, Shraddha has accepted attending a party with Sushant Singh Rajput, but denied consuming any drugs. 

Shraddha Kapoor, Sushant Singh Rajput's Chhichhore co-star, has reportedly accepted in NCB that she did attend a party at late actor's at his Pawna farmhouse. However, she has reportedly denied that she consumed any drugs at the party. As per a report in ABP, it has also been stated that Sara and Shraddha both confessed that they have seen Sushant Singh Rajput consuming drugs in his vanity van during shooting breaks. 

Here are pictures of Shraddha Kapoor leaving the NCB office post the interrogation session. She had stepped in just sometime after Sara Ali Khan, and left, soon after the Kedarnath actress left. 


Earlier in the day, Deepika Padukone and her manager Karishma Prakash were also summoned by the NCB. They appeared in front of the NCB to record statement about the alleged drugs chat exchanged in the year 2017. Deepika Padukone flew down from Goa two days back as she was sent out a summon by the Narcotics Control Bureau. She was accompanied by husband Ranveer Singh as she came back to Mumbai.  (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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