50 Bollywood Celebrities On Radar Of NCB, Starts Investigation From Karan Johar’s Dharma Production

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Mumbai : NCB is tightening its grip over Bollywood drug syndicate. After the interrogation of drug peddlers and Rhea Chakraborty, Shruti Modi, on Thursday, NCB summoned Dharma Production’s big director Kshitij Prasad at NCB office at 11 am on Friday. At the same time, actress Deepika Padukone will be questioned on Saturday, her manager Karishma Prakash and Rakulpreet on Friday. It is being told that about 50 Bollywood celebrities are on the radar of NCB.

NCB, which is investigating the drug angle in the case of actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, has compiled a list of about 50 celebrities associated with drug syndicates in Bollywood after questioning drug peddlers. In this episode, the investigation of NCB has reached the Dharma Production Company of filmmaker Karan Johar. It is being told that summons have been sent to Kshitij Prasad after questioning drug peddler Anuj Keshwani.

According to NCB sources, many big personalities are also under the NCB’s target who will be questioned.  For the separate interrogation of Deepika, Karishma and Rakulpreet, the NCB team has also prepared a list of questions. Deepika and Karishma will also be questioned face to face.

On the other hand, actress Sara Ali Khan has also reached Mumbai. She is to be questioned on Saturday. While Deepika Padukone and Karishma Prakash reached Mumbai from Goa late at night. It is said that Rhea Chakraborty, the main accused in the Sushant Singh Rajput case, has named Deepika, Sara Ali and Rakulpreet after which they have been summoned.

NCB has questioned Sushant Singh’s former manager Shruti Modi and fashion designer Simone Khambata for about five hours. During this time they were questioned about the drug connection at several points. It is a matter of discussion that many new names have emerged in this inquiry but NCB has not disclosed the secret.

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