IPL: Sherlyn Chopra drops pipe-bomb regarding dark secret during KKR's after-party
First Published 29, Sep 2020, 12:31 PM
India is abuzz following Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput's mysterious suicide. Following an investigation, a massive drug racket is being busted in the Bollywood industry, while it has seemingly stretched itself to the Indian Premier League as well.
In what could be considered as one of the biggest revelations ever by a Bollywood superstar on Indian cricket, Sherlyn Chopra has dropped a pipe-bomb regarding a dark secret surrounding the Indian Premier League (IPL). An IPL after-party is in the contention for this.
The entire nation is currently under grieve following the mysterious suicide of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Meanwhile, investigations have led to a massive drug racket being busted, which is known to be running in the entire Bollywood industry.
While the initial suspect of the same happens to be Suhant's girlfriend, Rhea Chakraborty, new names keep popping up with each passing day. Meanwhile, Sherlyn has said that this racket could not just be limited to the Bollywood, but also in cricket, especially in the IPL
Sherlyn has said that she had once noticed some famous celebrities and their wives presumably consuming drugs. It happened as she was once invited during a KKR match by Ali Murani, founder of Coneyug, although she could not recall the exact year.
She further stated that although she did have a lot of fun following the match, during the after-party, having danced with other Bollywood celebrities and their wives, see happened to note something shocking. As she went into the washroom, she some wives of the celebrities were snorting a white powder.
"I went to the after-match party and saw that cricketers, Bollywood celebrities were all smoking up. It was a nice atmosphere, I danced with all of them, had a lot of fun. I got tired, so went to the washroom. When I entered the washroom, I saw superstars' wives snorting white powder," she quoted in an exclusive interview to IBTimes.
Although she refrained from quoting any names, she has asserted that she would open up, in case the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) decides to summon her for questioning. She was certain that as the investigation further progresses, many shocking names are bound to be unearthed.
The IPL after-parties have always been known to be notorious for many illegal happenings. Previously, many celebrities, including cheerleaders, have revealed that it is a hotspot for bookies, who indulge in illegal betting and match-fixing activities.