Aryan Khan to jet off to the US to work on a show after receiving clean chit from NCB; Report

Aryan Khan has been given the clean chit by NCB after eight months.

Updated on May 30, 2022 01:51 PM IST  |  545K
Aryan Khan to jet off to the US to work on a show
Aryan Khan to jet off to the US to work on a show after receiving clean chit from NCB; Report
Almost eight months after he was first arrested, Aryan Khan has been given a clean chit by the Narcotics Control Bureau in the cruise drugs case. The NCB did not find any evidence against Aryan Khan and he has thus been cleared. Now with this happy news, there have been speculations that the star kid who is set to be a director will soon fly out to the States to develop a special project. 
 
In the past, there have been numerous rumours that reported about Aryan working on his web series. Shah Rukh’s eldest started on the work after he was released on bail in the drug case. He will receive his passport from the NCB soon after being cleared of involvement in the drugs case.  After he was taken into court custody, it was confiscated to prohibit him from engaging in unlicensed travel.
 
Now, Aryan’s first goal is to jet off to the US after he gets free to travel. According to reports in the media, Aryan's web series has already been authorised by a popular OTT platform. Moreover,  he'll be mentored by and associated with senior industry writers and filmmakers.
 
Meanwhile, Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan's son's lawyer Mukul Rohatgi told NDTV that he is happy that NCB has accepted their mistake. Speaking to the channel, Rohatgi said, "I'm relieved, and so must my clients be, including Shah Rukh Khan. The truth has prevailed. Ultimately, there was no material to charge this young man (Aryan Khan) or arrest him. He was not found with any drugs and I had clearly indicated to the court that the arrest was completely meaningless."
 

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