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Deepika Padukone reaches the NCB office to join the drug-related probe!
Saturday, September 26, 2020 10:40 IST
By Santa Banta News Network
The drug chats that are under scrutiny by the NCB include the names of the top five Bollywood celebrities including Deepika Padukone. On Saturday morning, Deepika Padukone reaches the NCB office to join the investigation related to the drug probe. The Narcotics Control Bureau has summoned Deepika Padukone in connection to a drug case that sprung out of the investigations into the Sushant Singh Rajput death probe.

As per the reports, the actress will reportedly be questioned about her WhatsApp chats, her party at Koko club in 2017 and will be asked if any other Bollywood celebs had also attended the party or not. The drug chats that are under scrutiny by the NCB include the names of the top five Bollywood celebrities with K, D, S, N, and J alphabets. In the drug chats D initially named as Deepika Padukone and also includes Karishma names, who is a KWAN Talent Management Agency employee and Deepika's manager.


As per the reports, the NCB has accessed the Whatsapp chats from October 2017 that show Deepika asking for 'Maal' from 'K' who replies that she has it, but at home. Further 'K' says that she can ask 'Amit' if she wants it, as "he is carrying". Deepika also then clarifies that she needs "Hash" and not "weed" as the two discuss logistics. All the chats are revealed from Jaya Saha's phone who is KWAN's talent manager.


On September 25th, Deepika arrived with Ranveer Singh from Goa by a private charter plane and is ready for the NCB investigation. Earlier it was stated that Ranveer Singh wants to join the drug investigation along with wife Deepika Padukone held at the NCB office but now NCB officials have clarified and said, "There are questions whether Ranveer Singh is joining the investigation with Deepika. We confirm that we have not received any such request from any summoned person. The last email received from the concerned summoned person is only regarding joining the investigation."
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