Raveena Tandon on Aryan Khan bail: Actor Raveena Tandon took to Twitter on October 29, to share her thoughts on the bail of Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan. After spending over three weeks in custody, the 23-year-old was finally granted bail by the Bombay High Court on Thursday. Aryan Khan had been arrested in connection with the cruise ship drug bust on October 3.
Tandon tweeted that as a parent, she could relate to the sleepless nights, further writing, “As a friend, I wish them all the strength, May All good and Positivity Shine now.” Tandon had shared an image of the above text, along with the caption, “Hope it’s a Happy Diwali for all of you and May This world see love and peace always .”
Hope it’s a Happy Diwali for all of you and May This world see love and peace always . pic.twitter.com/jLIJZ5NAui
— Raveena Tandon (@TandonRaveena) October 28, 2021
Tandon is among the very few Bollywood celebs who spoke up about Aryan Khan’s arrest and subsequent detainment. On October 8, Tandon had opened up about the issue for the first time on social media, writing, “Shameful politics being played out.. it’s a young mans life and future they toying with … heartbreaking.”
Hrithik Roshan, too, had shared a note after Khan’s arrest, telling the young star kid that mistakes, failings, victories, success are all the same if you know which parts to keep with you and which parts to throw away from the experience. “I’v known you as a kid and i’v known you as a man. Own it. Own everything you experience. They’r your gifts. Trust me. In time when you connect the dots… I promise you, It’s gonna make sense,” he further added. Check out the list of all stars who came extended support to Aryan Khan here.
On October 3, Aryan Khan was arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau, after a drug bust aboard a cruise ship headed to Goa from Mumbai. While Khan wasn’t found in possession of any banned substances, his friend Arbaaz Merchant was caught with six grams of charas. During the bail hearing on October 21, the NCB has argued that Khan was in “conscious” possession of drugs as he knew that his friend was carrying it, for their consumption. “Further, in their voluntary statements, both of them disclosed that they were possessing the said substance for their consumption and for enjoyment,” NCB claimed.
After a special Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances court in Mumbai rejected his bail plea, Aryan Khan had moved Bombay HC for the same. He is expected to be released from jail soon, as Bombay HC granted him bail on October 28.