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Celebrity drug addict son released for dancing and fireworks - VG

Celebrity drug addict son released for dancing and fireworks – VG

Chest: Many loyal fans of Shah Rukh Khan gathered outside both the prison and the family home when his son, Aryan Khan, was released on Saturday.

The son of Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan, who is accused of drugs, was released on bail on Saturday. Fans of his 23-year-old father met crazy scenes when he returned to the family home.

Writes AP . news agency Saturday.

Shah Rukh Khan’s son, Aryan Khan, was arrested three weeks ago during a drug raid in connection with a party on a cruise ship in Mumbai. The city which is considered the financial capital of India and the strong center of the entertainment industry.

Early Thursday, the Bombay High Court granted bail to Aryan Khan, but due to delayed documents, he was not released until Saturday, according to the Associated Press.

Schemes’ son hero: Shah Rukh Khan’s dad fans showed up outside his house on Saturday to welcome his son home.

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The drug case against Aryan Khan has attracted a great deal of attention in India and also led to his father Shah Rukh Khan being banned on social media. But on Saturday, hundreds of fans turned out to honor their son when he came home. Many of them danced in the street outside the house and sent out fireworks to mark their release.

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Aryan Khan and seven others were arrested on 3 October and have been in prison since 8 October. Indian drug police claim they have WhatsApp messages that prove SRK’s son, Aryan, is involved in illegal drug trade. For his part, Kahn’s lawyer claimed that the drug police had no evidence and described the arrest as “arbitrary”.

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Shahrukh Khan is considered one of the The highest paid actors in the world. In 2017, for example, he had an income of $38 million, which at that time corresponded to approximately 298,474,800 crowns.