Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan’s son Aryan Khan was arrested on October 2 along with seven others after the NCB raided an alleged rave party on a cruise ship. A Mumbai court on Friday rejected Aryan’s bail plea after which he was sent to Arthur Jail. Follow us to know all the live updates!Read Less
Aryan Khan shifted to general barracks of prison after quarantine ends
Amid Aryan Khan's arrest, NCB's Sameer Wankhede security increased
Mumbai police raised the number of bodyguards & armed personnel giving protection to NCB Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede (in file photo) after snooping allegations by Wankhede. Police deployment outside NCB office also increased: Narcotics Control Bureau
Mumbai police raised the number of bodyguards & armed personnel giving protection to NCB Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede
Mumbai police raised the number of bodyguards & armed personnel giving protection to NCB Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede after snooping allegations by Wankhede. Police deployment outside NCB office also increased: Narcotics Control Bureau
Explained! Why was the Aryan Khan bail order reserved till October 20 by the court?
Mumbai Special NDPS court reserves order for 20th October on bail application of Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha
Bolly Buzz: Court reserves order on Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan's bail plea until October 20
Swara Bhasker, Hansal Mehta and Rahul Dholakia express disappointment as court reserves order on Aryan Khan's bail plea
Advocate Amit Desai: Let Aryan Khan be a free man. Let strict conditions be imposed upon him
During the hearing, the star kid's advocate Amit Desai argued for Khan's bail. He said, "The fundamental argument is that there was a rave party. I was not found with anything. I cannot be held responsible. There is nothing on the phone about the messages about the rave party.
Swara Bhasker calls Aryan Khan's case 'pure harassment'
Director Rahul Dholakia says he is 'disappointed' with the decision of extending Aryan's jail time
Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan's bail plea pending, Court to pronounce order on Oct 20
Let him be a free man. Let strict conditions be imposed upon him. But this is a fit case for bail. Even if 37(2) I have satisfied requirements under that and there are no antecedents
WhatsApp chats are supposed to be private conversations: Adv Amit DesaiAdv Desai says that conversions on chats can often be misunderstood. He states, "WhatsApp chats are supposed to be private conversations. But I am told there are no messages or conversations on the mobile about the rave party." He further says that there is always a possibility that casual conversations between friends on WhatsApp may appear suspicious.
Advocate Amit Desai arguing for Aryan Khan's bail, "The fundamental argument is that there was a rave party. I was not found with anything. I cannot be held responsible. There is nothing on the phone about the messages about rave party.This young man was overseas for a while. In those countries some times lot of things are legitimate. I don't know what kind of chats are there. I have not seen. The possibility of conspiracy and speculation cannot hold me back in this case."
Aryan Khan is no involved in drug trafficking: Advocate Amit Desai Advocate Amit Desai says Showik's case has to be distinguished from an end consumer's case because Showik didn't consume but dealt in drugs. He further argues, "But by no stretch of imagination is this boy involved in illicit intentional drug trafficking. And writing to MEA etc.. continue with the investigation, but grant me my liberty."
Ram Gopal Varma writes in support of Aryan Khan, says 'NCB has made Shah Rukh Khan's son a super-duper star. I just want to shout Jai NCB'
The mobile phone was seized but there is no seizure panchnama? If they believe that the contents of the mobile are imp, they have it. Why curtail my liberty? Nothing has been suggested that if he is released on bail investigation will be affected.
Advocate Amit Desai read the ASG’s comment in Rhea Chakraborty’s judgments. He said, “He (ASG) argued that celebrity and role models should be treated harshly because they have influence on society. But what does High Court say? I don’t agree. I stand before he court and urge your lordships to follow the law. No celebrity or role model enjoys special status before the court and hence they should be treated equally before law.”
ASG Anil C Singh makes a neutral argument in court stating, "This abuse is affecting the young boys. They are college going boys (but) this should not be consideration for bail. I need not tell the court, you are the future of our country. The future of the country depends on this generation. Milords may consider it (bail plea) at a later stage but not at this stage. We still have to find out how they are connected with each other."