“Did I Really Deserve It,” Aryan Khan Asked Drugs Investigator:
Shah Rukh Khan reportedly said that Aryan Khan was not sleeping properly, and he had to be with him through the night.
Did I Really Deserve It
Did I Really Deserve It: Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan underwent a “soul-searching” from the principal investigator in the drugs case against him, as India Today magazine reports, while the actor revealed how his son was forced to sleep through the night due to the public trial. I had trouble. First comment by the family on the eight month exam.
The report, based on an interview with senior Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) officer Sanjay Singh, who headed the investigation, said the investigator did not expect the questions asked by Aryan Khan.
Mr Singh said that when he told Aryan Khan that he had come with an “open mind”, the 24-year-old asked, “Sir, you portrayed me as an international drug smuggler, that I am drug traffickers.” I finance it – aren’t these allegations absurd?”
“They found no drugs on my person that day, and yet they arrested me. Sir, you have done me very wrong and ruined my reputation. Why did I have to spend so many weeks in jail – can I Was it really worth it?” Aryan Khan reportedly asked.
Did I Really Deserve It When officials later met Aryan Khan’s father Shah Rukh Khan, the actor said he was concerned about his son’s mental health.
The magazine reported that Shah Rukh Khan told them that Aryan Khan was not sleeping properly, and he had to keep her with him throughout the night.
The superstar also said that his son is being ‘slandered’ despite there being no concrete evidence against him.
Did I Really Deserve It: Almost in tears, Shah Rukh Khan told Sanjay Singh, “We are portrayed as some kind of bigoted criminals or demons who are out to destroy society, and we find that it will work harder every day.”
After eight months of raiding a cruise ship off the Mumbai coast and ending up in more than three weeks in jail, Aryan Khan was cleared of all charges by the NCB last month for lack of sufficient evidence.
NCB Director General SN Pradhan said, “Preliminary investigation by the local (Mumbai) police unit found some procedural irregularities. The SIT (Special Investigation Team) had to take over. And this happens in rarest of rare cases.”
The result was a major embarrassment for the NCB agency, which found one of its officers, Sameer Wankhede, who initially led the investigation, was “motivated to somehow implicate Aryan Khan”. The agency has since ordered action against Mr Wankhede.