Bollywood / Salman Khan Ex Girlfriend Somy Ali Revealed She Took Drugs With This Known Actress

Zoom News : Oct 08, 2021, 05:38 PM
Bollywood | The name of Aryan Khan, son of Bollywood's King Khan i.e. Shahrukh Khan, has surfaced in the Mumbai drugs case. Seeing Aryan in such trouble, many Bollywood stars have come in his favor. For the past several days, the stars of the entertainment world have been supporting Aryan and now the name of Salman Khan's ex-girlfriend Somi Ali has also been added to this list.

Somi Ali expressed grief

Shahrukh Khan's son Aryan Khan has been arrested in the drugs case. Meanwhile, many celebs are coming in his support. Now Salman Khan's ex-girlfriend Somi Ali has posted a long post for Aryan. Somi expressed grief over Aryan's arrest and wrote that he should be allowed to go home. Somi has revealed in her post that she too took drugs with Divya Bharti. Also it is written that no one is a saint. Somi has also expressed grief for Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri.

'Ganja was taken with Divya Bharti'

Many Bollywood celebs including Hrithik Roshan have written on social media in support of Aryan Khan. Now Somi Ali has posted a long post on Insta. Somi wrote, 'Which child would not have experimented with drugs? Stop all this and let this child go. Drugs are like prostitution that will never end. Therefore, both of them should be removed from the category of crime. Children are children, this is an example of this, but no saint. I tried pot (ganja) when I was 15 years old and once again took it with Divya Bharti during the shooting of 'Andolan'. No regrets.'

Somi is worried about Shahrukh and Gauri

Somi further wrote, 'Judicial system wants to prove its point by using Aryan. This kid is suffering for no reason. How will it be if the judicial system catches the rapists and murderers. The US has been fighting a war against drugs since 1971, yet it is easy to get what one wants here. My heart breaks for Shahrukh and Gauri and my prayers are with them. Aryan you did nothing wrong. Justice will be done, children.'

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