NCB Visits Sara Ali Khan And Shraddha Kapoor's Homes To Hand Over Summons; Calls Deepika Padukone To Inform Her

The Narcotics Control Bureau visited Sara Ali Khan and Shraddha Kapoor's homes in Mumbai to hand over summons. Deepika Padukone was summoned over call, say reports

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NCB Visits Sara Ali Khan And Shraddha Kapoor's Homes To Hand Over Summons; Calls Deepika Padukone To Inform Her
Many A-listers of Bollywood are now on the radar of the Narcotics Control Bureau. The investigating agency while probing Sushant Singh Rajput's death case came across names of several Bollywood stars who supposedly consume drugs. Among them are stars like Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor, Rakul Preet Singh and Deepika Padukone. Today, the NCB sent out summons to these actresses and have called them for questioning. Sara and Shraddha were handed over summons by NCB officials at their homes.

As reported by Republic, the members of NCB's SIT team visited Sara Ali Khan and Shraddha Kapoor's homes and handed over the letter of summon. While Deepika Padukone, who is in Goa for the shooting of her next film, was summoned by the agency over a phone call. As reported, Deepika is expected to join the probe on September 25 while Sara and Shraddha will be interrogated on September 26. Rakul Preet Singh and designer Simone Khambatta are going to be questioned tomorrow by NCB, as per reports.

Earlier, it was reported that Deepika called up her team of lawyers as soon as she received a summon from NCB. It was after her chats with manager and KWAN employee Karishma Prakash allegedly discussing about 'maal', 'hash' came to light that he came on the radar of NCB.


Today, the owner of KWAN talent management company, Madhu Mantena was also interrogated by the NCB. All of this started with the NCB investigating Sushant Singh Rajput's death case, and over the course of the probe, Bollywood's alleged drug nexus got exposed.  (Also Read: Deepika Padukone’s Name Surfaces In Alleged Drugs Chat: Actress Had Once Called Her Husband Ranveer Singh Her ‘Super Drug’)




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