Aryan Khan to NCB Chief Sameer Wankhede: Shah Rukh Khan's son promised to make Wankhede proud one day
Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan was counselled while in the custody of the NCB. According to sources, he vowed to make Sameer Wankhede proud one day and more; read on
Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan, who was arrested in the Mumbai cruise drugs case two weeks ago, was counselled while in the custody of the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB). During the session, Aryan allegedly said he would be a good person after getting out of jail during the counselling.
According to NCB sources, the 23-year-old promised the zonal director of NCB in Mumbai, Sameer Wankhede, that he would do good work and make him proud one day. Reportedly, Aryan also pledged to help people from weaker sections of society. It is said, Aryan also promised to stray from the wrong path. Also Read: Aryan Khan drug case: Shah Rukh Khan's son gets Rs 4,500 money order, has video call with parents
On October 02, Aryan was nabbed by the NCB in a drug bust on a Mumbai-Goa bound cruise ship. It was reported that Aryan was a special invitee on the cruise ship and reportedly the only one without a boarding pass.
Soon Aryan was arrested and has remained in the custody of NCB. Later, his custody was handed over to the police, and currently, he is behind bars in Arthur Road Jail. According to TOI's report, Aryan is reportedly known as Qaidi no. 956. Also Read: Mumbai drugs case: Aryan Khan surviving only on biscuits, not eating jail food, says reports
Meantime, Aryan's bail plea has been denied a couple of times. His following bail plea will be heard on October 20 in a special court dealing with the NDPS.