Monday, November 29, 2021
Live now

Mumbai News Live Updates: Ananya Panday to undergo 3rd round of questioning today in cruise drug case

Mumbai News Live Updates: The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has claimed to have found chats between Aryan Khan and Ananya Panday related to drugs.


Updated: October 25, 2021 12:01:01 pm
Fast forward your career with upGrad

Mumbai News Live Updates: The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has summoned actor Ananya Panday again on Monday for a third round of questioning in the cruise ship drugs case. The NCB has claimed to have found chats between Aryan Khan and Panday related to drugs. While officers remained tight-lipped about what she was asked on Saturday, the questions were related to certain chats that NCB had found in Aryan’s cellphone, said sources. She was reportedly asked to interpret and give context to some of her chats with Aryan.

Meanwhile, an independent witness in the cruise drugs seizure case on Sunday claimed that an official of the NCB and some other persons demanded Rs 25 crore from Shah Rukh Khan to release his son Aryan Khan in the case. However, a senior NCB official denied the allegations, terming them as “completely false and malicious”.

In another development, actor Armaan Kohli approached the Bombay High Court for bail, after the special court rejected the same while stating that there is prima facie evidence of illicit trafficking and purchase of drugs against him. The special court had said that Kohli failed to explain why he had the contraband at his home.

Live Blog
12:01 (IST)25 Oct 2021
test title 2

test description

09:36 (IST)25 Oct 2021
Test live blog

Meanwhile, an independent witness in the cruise drugs seizure case on Sunday claimed that an official of the NCB and some other persons demanded Rs 25 crore from Shah Rukh Khan to release his son Aryan Khan in the case. However, a senior NCB official denied the allegations, terming them as “completely false and malicious”.

  • The Indian Express website has been rated GREEN for its credibility and trustworthiness by Newsguard, a global service that rates news sources for their journalistic standards.
X