After the Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise, the situation has completely changed in Bollywood, and everyday controversies are coming upfront, which are shocking and unpleasant.
Latest news of Sara Ali Khan, Rakul Preet Singh and designer Simone Khambatta summoned by Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in drugs-related matters has gone viral. According to reports, the three will be called to record their statement concerning a “drug syndicate” that supplied drugs to Bollywood. NCB claims that Rhea Chakraborty has named them in her statement.
After this a big name from Bollywood came out which is Padmavat star, Deepika Padukone! She is the latest celebrity whose name has popped up in the drug case racket after a chat went viral, where ”D” represents Deepika, and “K” represents her manager Karishma Prakash.
Let’s dig into some controversial Bollywood parties and bring forth how celebrities behave after they are assumed to have consumed drugs and alcohol.
Karan Johar House Party
Karan Johar hosted this party in his house where all the biggies of Bollywood were present including Deepika, Ranbir, Vicky, Malaika. From their looks and faces expressions, it is very much evident that they were having a gala time there.
Sushant And Rhea
In this we can see Sushant and Rhea smoking harmful drugs and having a gala time singing songs and where Rhea is seen saying, “I love you, baby” to Sushant.
In this video, our very own Sallu Bhai is seen drunk with music director Sajid-Wajid singing, dancing with several bottles of alcohol.
Sanjay Dutt where he himself agrees and said many times that he was one of the biggest drug addicts in Bollywood. Here’s some of his after party and during the party scene where he is seen totally drunk and making scenes even abusing.
Some of the images of celebrities which went viral in such Bollywood parties:
With news names of celebrities being linked with drugs, sexual abuse/ harassment coming out daily, we will have to wait and watch how NCB will deal with it. Since, so many angles and stories are yet to unfold, we’ll see how it goes.
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