Aryan Khan Drug Case: After Return To Mannat From Jail, Shahrukh Khan's Son Changes Instagram DP

Aryan Khan has changed his profile picture on his Instagram handle. He has removed his Instagram profile picture after coming out of jail. The star kid’s profile picture is blank now and his sudden move shocks everyone.

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Aryan Khan Drug Case: After Return To Mannat From Jail, Shahrukh Khan's Son Changes Instagram DP
Bollywood Badshah  Shah Rukh Khan's elder son Aryan Khan was arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) last month on October 3 in the drug consuming case. The Narcotics officials arrested Aryan Khan along with 20 others accused of the same. Aryan was behind the bars of Arthur road jail in Mumbai and on October 30, he walked out of the jail after spending 25 days in custody.

Reportedly, recently Aryan Khan has changed his profile picture on his Instagram handle. He has removed his Instagram profile picture after coming out of jail. The star kid’s profile picture is blank now and his sudden move shocks everyone.

https://www.instagram.com/___aryan___/

As per the reports, Shah Rukh Khan's fans and close ones assembled outside Arthur Road Jail to get a glimpse of Aryan after he was released. The fans cheered for Shah Rukh Khan as his son was released from jail. However, his fans even showed their deep love and support to the superstar’s family as they assembled outside Mannat to celebrate Aryan's homecoming. Bollywood Badshah’s fans also carried banners and celebrated Aryan's release by bursting crackers on the road.

Post Aryan was granted bail in the drug case by the Bombay high court Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla finished all the necessary paperwork for Aryan before the Special NDPS Court. Whereas, the court granted bail to Aryan, Munmun Dhamecha, and Arbaz Seth Merchant on a PR of Rs 1 lakh each with one or two sureties of the same amount. If we talk about the bail orders, all of the accused had to surrender their passports before the NDPS court. The three of them will have to visit the NCB office between 11 am-2 pm every Friday.