Mumbai: Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan was arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau on October 3 after a rave party was busted by a central agency. In this difficult time, fans of Shah Rukh Khan are extending their support to the actor and his family. Fans also gathered outside the actor’s home Mannat in Mumbai and the message ‘Take Care King’ reverberated. Also Read – Aryan breaks down in tears after Shah Rukh Khan meets him in NCB custody
Fans gathered outside Mannat on Tuesday to show their support to Shah Rukh Khan. He had a banner which has several pictures from Shah Rukh’s bungalow addressing his fans. It also had a special message on the banner which read, “All of us fans from every corner of the world love you deeply and unconditionally! We stand with you in this testing time! Take care Raja (sic)!” Also Read – NCB has been good for kids: Arbaaz Merchant’s father’s arrest on Aryan Khan’s friend
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Fans also trended the hashtag #WeStandWithSRK on Twitter after Aryan Khan’s arrest. Also Read – NCB Claims in Court: International Drug Trafficking in Aryan Khan’s WhatsApp Chat, Code for Buying Drugs
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— Aryan Biswas (@imAB08) 3 October 2021
— adi_srkeyan (@RajAdiMalhotra) 4 October 2021
There is no other like an introduction.
— Masrur (@Masrur2srk_) 3 October 2021
— (@SRKsZaynn) 3 October 2021
— Manobala Vijaybalan (@ManobalaV) 3 October 2021
we love shahrukh khan
— K Rashmi (@rashmi_408) 3 October 2021
Aryan Khan’s NCB custody was extended till 7 October although no drugs were found from him during the rave party on Saturday (October 2). Aryan Khan was arrested along with 10 others at a rave party on Sunday. There are other youngsters in the NCB nets – Munmum Dhamecha, Arbaaz Merchant, Vikrant Chhokar, Nupur Sarika, Ismeet Singh, Mohawk Jaiswal and Gomit Chopra, and the rest were caught in the second NCB operation on the cruiser on Monday. After the operation, the NCB said it had recovered 13 grams of cocaine, 21 grams of charas, 5 grams of mephedrone, and 22 MDMA ecstasy pills, besides Rs 133,000 in cash.