Filmmaker-actor Pooja Bhatt, who is known to speak her mind, clapped back at a person who accused her of putting a suspected Narcotics Control Bureau informant's life at risk. The actress took to Twitter to defend herself and said that she did not take any names and that the informant should have refrained from taking 'glorious selfies' and sharing them on social media.
For the uninitiated, a selfie of a man, who is allegedly a private detective, with Aryan Khan taken from inside the NCB office had gone viral on social media after the arrest of the star kid and others in a drug bust case. Reacting to it, Pooja wrote, "And then we have those, who would fail to be cast as 'private detectives' in the most archaic Bollywood film. Fact is stranger than fiction & replete with far more cliches. Time to change 'Looks like a Bollywood villain' to 'Looks like a Pvt Detective outsourced by a Govt agency'."
Pooja wrote back, "I have not taken their name if you use your eyes to actually 'see' & re-read my tweet. Or is that too much to ask? Advise the said person to refrain from taking & then leaking such glorious 'selfies' next time as they go viral. Discretion is the better part of valour, is it not?"
Aryan Khan was among the three arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Sunday. The arrest came after the department conducted a raid following a tip-off about drug use in a Goa-bound Cordelia cruise ship off the Mumbai coast. Pooja Bhatt, Hrithik Roshan, Suniel Shetty, Sussanne Khan and others came out in support of SRK's son.