Complaint Filed With NCB Against Karan Johar, Deepika, Vicky & Others Over Alleged ‘Drug Party’

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Mumbai : The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) is investigating the drug angle in the case of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. At the same time, Akali Dal leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa has filed a complaint against NCB Chief Rakesh Asthana against the big celebrities of B-town. Former MLA Manjinder Singh Sirsa has filed a complaint requesting NCB to investigate the party which took place at Karan Johar’s house from a drug angle.

Manjinder Singh Sirsa has also submitted some evidence to the NCB Chief, according to him, a drug party took place at Karan Johar’s house. He further said that Shahid Kapoor, in ‘Udta Punjab’, describes Sikh youths as addicts in front of the whole world. But the truth is ‘Udta Bollywood’.

A video of Bollywood actors went viral last year. Former Shiromani Akali Dal MLA Manjinder Singh Sirsa lodged a complaint with the Narcotics Control Bureau about Bollywood’s alleged drug parties, asking the agency to investigate whether a ‘drug party’ took place at Karan Johar’s home last year.

Sharing his letter to NCB chief Rakesh Asthana on social media, Sirsa said that he met him and asked him to start investigating the video.

The screenshot of the letter shows that he wants actors Deepika Padukone, Vicky Kaushal, Malaika Arora, Varun Dhawan, Arjun Kapoor, and Shahid Kapoor to be questioned. Sirsa also said in his letter that the actors were seen ‘consuming drugs’ at the party. However, no one is seen consuming drugs in the video.

Karan Johar had earlier clarified that no one at his house was taking drugs at this party. He had clarified, ‘It was nice to see these members of the industry having a good time after a hard week and I made this video with all sincerity… If I was doing anything wrong, I would have deleted that video, I’m not stupid.’

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