As NCB is investigating the drug nexus case in Bollywood, some TV celeb names also came into the limelight. TV star Abigail Pande and her beau Sanam Johar's name emerged and reportedly, they were even summoned by the NCB. During their interrogation session, Abigail revealed Bigg Boss 4 contestant Sara Khan and Angad Hasija's names. Now reacting to her name being dragged in the case, Sara said that incident shook her and almost made her kill herself. While talking to TOI, she said the incident was informed by her friend Angad Hasija and said that she failed to understand why her name was dragged as she hasn't done anything wrong.
Khan asserted that she will be contemplating legal action against people who carried unverified reports about her as her life can’t be 'reduced to click-bait journalism.' The actress said that she is being targeted on social media. She shared with the portal, “Without even checking the veracity of these allegations, people started trolling me. They called me names and a drug addict. This incident shook me to an extent that I almost wanted to kill myself! I have slogged to reach where I am today. I would like people to remember that I am also someone’s daughter, sister and expect the same respect and treatment that they would want for the women in their house.”
As it was reported that Abigail revealed Sara Khan's name during her interrogation, Sara said that Abigail had called her to tell her that she hadn’t taken anyone's name and had no idea why this was happening.
Due to all the media scrutiny, Sara had to pay the price as she has lost out on work. She claimed that she was dropped from three social media campaigns following these rumours while also asking who will compensate her for it? ALSO READ: Sara Khan To Be Summoned By The NCB In The Drug Case: Actress Unwaware Of The Development, Currently Shooting At Naigaon- EXCLUSIVE
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