JUST IN: Deepika Padukone LEAVES NCB Office Post Five Hours Of Interrogation Session

After bracing the Narcotics Control Bureau for almost five hours, Deepika Padukone has left the DRDO office

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JUST IN: Deepika Padukone LEAVES NCB Office Post Five Hours Of Interrogation Session
Earlier today, Deepika Padukone reached the DRDO Guest House in Mumbai for questioning by the Narcotics Control Bureau. She was sent summons after her alleged drugs chat with manager Karishma Prakash came to light. Today, she came in solo for the questioning and after five hours of bracing the questions of NCB, the actress has left for her home. She came in early in the morning, as she was also supposed to face a joint questioning along with her manager Karishma.

Deepika Padukone was in Goa when the summon was sent to her. Later, along with her husband Ranveer Singh, she flew down to Mumbai in a charter plane on September 24. She was expected to appear for questioning on September 25, however, she requested the NCB to push the session by a day. As reported by Times Now, Deepika has supposedly accepted to her drugs chat with manger Karishma Prakash that surfaced in the media earlier. However, there's still no confirmation over whether she accepted to consuming drugs or not.  

Check out the video of Deepika Padukone leaving the NCB office here. 

Apart from Deepika, actresses Sara Ali Khan and Shraddha Kapoor too appeared in front of the NCB for interrogation. They are still in the NCB office. Sara and Shraddha's name emerged reportedly after Rhea Chakraborty named them during her interrogation sessions by the NCB. However, Rhea Chakraborty's lawyer categorically denied that his client has not given out any names to NCB.  (Also Read: Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Deepika Padukone Accepts 2017 Drug Chats With Manager Karishma Prakash – Reports)

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