NCB crackdown on Bollywood drug nexus leads 6 top actor to seek legal advice in advance? — read deets

The investigation into Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case had lead the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) into discovering an allegedly wider drug nexus in Bollywood, prompting the agency to launch a full-scale investigation into the film industry and its supposed links with the drug mafia. Now, Republic World has reported that six top actors in the film industry are seeking legal advice in advance to get ahead of the dicey situation in the possibility that their names cro pup during the NCB’s course of investigations. Deepika Padukone’s WhatsApp chats being leaked, where she’s allegedly asking her manager for hash to be delivered at her party at high-end restaurant Koko in Lower Parel, Mumbai, and the NCB probing the angle, purportedly got these actors anxious adds the same report.

Earlier, a TOI report claimed that the NCB has decided to examine footage of Deepika Padukone’s party at Koko in a bit to try and see if evidence can be procured that she had indeed secured hash from her manager that day and/or was under its influence. This new development in the Bollywood drug nexus case is sure to crate a lot more anxiety for the Padmaavat actress and her family, friends and fans, which has in all probability led other industry bigwigs to take precautionary steps, if the Bollywood news reports are to be believed.

Meanwhile, the wave of sentiment for Sushant Singh Rajput continues to spread across the county, with a wax statue of have being erected some days ago a sculptor from Asansol, West Bengal. After immortalising the late actor in wax, Sukanto told ANI: “I liked him (Sushant) a lot. It is unfortunate that he passed away. In his memory, I have made this statue for my museum. However, if Sushant’s family requests for his statue, I will make a new one.”

It’s best to wait and observe what new developments occur in Sushant Singh Rajput;s case, and how it steadily yet surely deviates toward the Bollywood drug mafia case

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