Arjun Rampal Leaves NCB Office Post Almost 8 Hours Of Interrogation - VISUALS

After receiving a summon from the Narcotics Control Bureau, actor Arjun Rampal arrived at the NCB office today morning for questioning

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Arjun Rampal Leaves NCB Office Post Almost 8 Hours Of Interrogation - VISUALS
Roy actor Arjun Rampal is currently on the radar of the Narcotics Control Bureau. Days after his girlfriend and live-in partner Gabriella Demetriades' brother Agisilaos Demetriades was arrested, the Narcotics Control Bureau conducted a raid at the actor's residence. Later, Gabriella was summoned by the bureau for questioning. Reportedly, for two consecutive days, Gabriella was grilled by the investigating body. Later, the actor received a summon. This morning, Arjun Rampal reached the NCB office.

As per the latest update by news agency ANI, Arjun has now left the NCB office. For almost eight hours, the actor was questioned. It has also been reported that an Australian citizen named Paul Bartel connected to the actor has been arrested in the drugs case by the Narcotics Control Bureau. As per an India Today report, Paul Bartel is an architect by profession and the NCB had also conducted a raid at his residence in Bandra. Details of Arjun Rampal's interrogation are yet to be revealed.

Yesterday, as per reports, Gabriella was questioned for almost six hours by the Narcotics Control Bureau. Her brother is said to be in connection with a few drug peddlers.


The Narcotics Control Bureau started investigating the alleged drug nexus in Bollywood after a drug angle emerged in Sushant Singh Rajput's death case. During the course of investigation, names of many Bollywood celebrities came to light. Earlier, stars like Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor and many others were questioned by the Narcotics Control Bureau. Watch this space for more updates. 



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