Guwahati: The tinsel town of Mumbai has always been about glamour and fame but what people really forget is the dark secrets of Bollywood. It’s a modern-day feudalistic structure. All that glitters isn’t gold. So is the case of Bollywood. Using drugs has been a part of Bollywood since decades and is a part of everyday life. Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has brought the ugly truth of Bollywood and drugs into the limelight once again.
As the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) continues to crack down the Bollywood Drugs Nexus, the investigating agency has now got the industry’s alleged drug parties on its radar, sources suggest. This comes just after the anti-drug agency has issued fresh summons to top Bollywood stars in an attempt to crack down the drug nexus.
As per news sources, around 50 actors, producers and directors are under the NCB scanner at the moment. Top sources have also informed that a certain Bollywood actor who runs drug parties has links to the world of cricket.
NCB has made a list based on the names revealed by Rhea and Showik Chakraborty suspected of being related to the drug cartel. Sources claim that the names of the list mentioned by Rhea and her brother involve Bollywood celebrities belonging to A, B and C category. The NCB is soon going to issue summons to the celebrities named in the list.
However, NCB has already summoned Bollywood actor Deepika Padukone and she has been asked to be present on Saturday.
Sara Ali Khan and Shraddha Kapoor have been called by the NCB on September 26 while Rakul Preet Singh Deepika Padukone’s manager Karishma Prakash has already arrived at the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) office today for the ongoing Bollywood drug row. The star manager has been summoned to investigate the 2017 chats with the ‘Padmaavat’ actress where they were allegedly discussing drugs.
On Thursday, designer Simone Khambatta was questioned for over four hours by the NCB in connection with the drugs angle that has emerged during the probe of actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death.