After Rakul Preet Singh, Deepika Padukone's manager Karishma Prakash arrives at NCB office for drug nexus case

On Friday, Deepika Padukone's manager Karishma Prakash reached the NCB office for questioning the drug case. She arrived after Rakul Preet Singh who was also called in for questioning.
After Rakul Preet Singh, Deepika Padukone's manager Karishma Prakash arrives at NCB office for drug nexus case
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In the latest update coming from the Narcotics Control Bureau's office, Deepika Padukone's manager, Karishma Prakash arrived for a probe in the drug nexus case. She was called to probe the 2017 chats with Deepika where they were allegedly discussing drugs. Reportedly, after Sushant Singh Rajput's manager Jaya Saha's interrogation, the NCB team found chats between Karishma and Deepika dated back to 2017 where the actress and she were allegedly discussing 'hash, weed and maal.' 

Amid this, Karishma was called in for questioning today by the agency along with Rakul Preet Singh whose name cropped up in alleged drug chats. It was after the arrest of Rhea Chakraborty and a few drug peddlers that the NCB started probing the drug case and several Bollywood stars' names came forward. While Deepika has been called for questioning on September 26 along with Sara Ali Khan, Rakul and Karishma were asked to come in today for grilling. A little while ago, Rakul reached the NCB office for questioning.

A day back, designer Simone Khambatta also was questioned by the NCB for alleged drug chats with Rhea Chakraborty where they apparently were seen discussing weed. This week, Jaya Saha along with Shruti Modi and KWAN CEO Dhruv Chitgopekar also was probed by the NCB in pursuance of the Bollywood drug nexus case. Further, filmmaker Madhu Mantena also was questioned by the NCB for his alleged chats about CBD oil with Jaya Saha. It was also reported that Shraddha Kapoor also has been issued summons to appear for questioning in the drug nexus case. A day back, Deepika arrived from Goa with Ranveer to appear before NCB on September 26. It is being reported that Ranveer also has apparently requested his presence at the NCB office amid Deepika's questioning citing 'anxiety' as a reason. 

Take a look at Karishma's photos:

 

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Anonymous 4 months ago

Bollywood people want us to be open minded and legalize hash, mdma and opoids. Next they will probably want meth and heroin legalized.

Anonymous 4 months ago

shows how dumb you are to put a medicinal plant in the same box as hard drugs. Dumbo

Anonymous 4 months ago

NcB keep your focus on KWAN. Remember the 10 crores rupee in commission they took from sushant for supposedly work they did for him. This organization is rooted in crime

Anonymous 4 months ago

She is just being summoned to verify the chats. But Indian Taliban has already declaring her a criminal.

Anonymous 4 months ago

Indians pretend to be modern & open-minded but are worse than the Taliban. At least the Taliban wait for the trial & a verdict. But Indians have already passed judgments based on Whatsapp chats, summons & allegations by family, friends, etc.

Anonymous 4 months ago

So being modern and open minded for some means encouraging use of narcotics? Drugs are claiming the lives of so many young people and with that robbing families of their hope, dreams and peace of mind. I choose to be very conservative and props to Taliban if they condemn use of drugs. Never thought I’d agree with a terrorist group on something. The rich get away with expensive rehab programs, the poor family with an addict member have to suffer.

Anonymous 4 months ago

The truth is top agencies are put on this wild goose chase to distract the masses & keep the Bihar voters happy while systematically destroying some people's live & an industry. Considering the way India is turning into the Banana Republic, I won't be surprised if a trial begins just on the basis of WhatsApp chats. In a country where WhatsApp universities exist, anything is possible.

Anonymous 4 months ago

Indians pretend to be modern & open-minded but are worse than the Taliban. At least the Taliban wait for the trial & a verdict. But Indians have already passed judgments based on Whatsapp chats, summons & allegations by family, friends, etc.

Anonymous 4 months ago

Im curious to know if Ranveer would be holding Drugpika's hand and sit through the interrogation process. And Im so curious to know how the NCB guys will greet her, and if they will want to take a selfie with her. Hey, Im so excited, this weekend is going to be real fun. No netflix, No Prime...Only republic and times now!

Anonymous 4 months ago

For those who believe in logic & reason: Summons are just for questioning & verification. Not to prove guilt. That is done in a court after a trial. NCB is walking on thin ice with just WhatsApp chats & zero recovery of significant amount of drugs. The only drugs that were found were 59 grams of marijuana on one of the peddlers which are still disputed. And Sushant's dope box was empty the day he was found hanging. Cases based purely on WhatsApp chats will not stand a chance in court. These chats may be relevant enough to create sensation in the media & may be presented as electronic evidence under 65B to prove that communication passed through the 2 phones, but without sufficient evidence to fasten any criminal liability or responsibility on the 2 phone users, the evidence is not enough to start a trial. Both the users may say someone else used their phones. If one person admits to the conversation & selling of the drug then that person becomes accused. Still his/ her statement will not be admissible because statement of one co accused against another co accused is not admissible in court. Unless the other person admits to purchase & consumption of drugs, he/she cannot be charged. Even if there is a chat of sending and receiving drugs, offense of selling & purchase of drugs has to be established & presented as direct evidence. You cannot use WhatsApp chats for the purpose of a trial. No court is going to accept it. The truth is top agencies are put on this wild goo

Anonymous 4 months ago

Indian pretend to be modern & open minded, but are worse than the Taliban. Atleast the Taliban wait for the trial & a verdict. But Indians have already passed judgements based on a summons.

Anonymous 4 months ago

ED, CBI, NCB can summon the whole universe & submit reports. But all will come up with nothing against Rhea or the rest. As there is indeed nothing. There is no proof of her laundering money. And the minuscule quantity of marijuana found on one of the peddlers is still disputed. Except that according to NCB, Rhea & the rest procured drugs for SSR. Ergo he is the user, and that makes him the prime accused. If he was alive, he would be the first one to go to jail. SSR was a grown up man who was hooked on to drugs & people cannot come to terms with his sudden death. BJP is using SSR's death, his family & Kangana as tools for political gain. Rhea hid SSR's drug habits from all & atleast gave him some dignity in death. Until the family came out after 40 days to demand money & somehow convict her. More importantly, his family hid his mental illness & a sister illegally prescribed dangerous medicines during his last days. Media circus & BJP tools have created a rhetoric & are targetting people through allegations without waiting for a conviction. The investigation & opinion has turned into a lynch fest for Rhea & the rest. India loves mob justice & are worse than the Taliban. Some Indians love mob justice & are worse than the Taliban. This biggest herd of sheep in the world is currently being diverted from the free-falling economy, rising COVID cases, unemployment, farmers & the migrant crisis. Vote wisely next time India.

Anonymous 4 months ago

There is a BIG Trap for framing and defaming Bollywood. Wanted by BJP puppet KR Fulfilled by BJP themselves.

Anonymous 4 months ago

Yes Kangana was chatting with peddlers by taking away there mobiles

Anonymous 4 months ago

Hahahaha delusion is side effect of drug abuse

Anonymous 4 months ago

Ya so drugs r legal for bolywood only as if?

Anonymous 4 months ago

All bollywood boys are doodh ke dhoole

Anonymous 4 months ago

Don't worry if any thing come against them then they would also be called

Anonymous 4 months ago

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