Aryan Khan drug case: Shah Rukh Khan's son gets Rs 4,500 money order, has video call with parents
Aryan Khan has been shifted to the common jail cell after his quarantine ended yesterday. The star kid has received a Rs 4500 money order and got to do a video call with parents.
Aryan Khan has received the money order of Rs 4500 from home, which he can use to buy food and other items from the canteen at Mumbai's Arthur Road Jail. This is stated as the maximum amount of money that can be sent to someone in jail.
Aryan Khan was reportedly allowed for a brief video call with his family. This was in line with a Bombay High Court order that says prisoners must be allowed to talk to families twice a week; Aryan Khan has used this option only once as of now.
It is unclear when the money order was sent and when the video call happened since jail authorities refused to confirm this. However, Nitin Waychal, the Superintendent of the jail, revealed that Aryan had been given jail food, and no home-cooked meal will be served to the star kid unless the court passes the required order. Also Read: Akshay Kumar starrer Sooryavanshi to release on November 5 in theatres; read deets
Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan was sent back to jail yesterday after being denied bail for the fourth time in the ongoing Mumbai drug case. The Mumbai Sessions Court, after earing the argument, reserved its order till October 20; which means that Aryan, who has already spent 12 days in jail has no legal remedy and will have to stay in prison for an additional five days at least, since the court is now closed due to festive season.
Aryan Khan was arrested after NCB raided a cruise off coast Mumbai. The agency alleged that WhatsApp chats of the star kid hint towards a big international drug racket. His bail has been denied for the fourth time, and the star kid would have to stay in jail till October 20. Also Read: Mumbai drugs case: No respite for Aryan Khan, bail order reserved for October 20