Bollywood / Shahrukh Khan son Aryan Khan read a book on Lord Ram in jail in Drugs case

Zoom News : Oct 31, 2021, 06:47 AM
Bollywood | Aryan Khan spent 22 days in Mumbai's Arthur Road Jail just like other prisoners. He was in the custody of Narcotics Control Bureau for five days. Aryan read the books only on the advice of the jail authorities. First read a book written on The Lions Gate and then on Lord Ram. There he also had a normal conversation with the prisoners. The first few days of Aryan Khan's judicial custody were spent in the jail's quarantine cell, which is necessary for all prisoners. He was then taken to the main prison and given prisoner number 956. He was kept in Barrack No.

Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan came out of Mumbai's Arthur Road Jail on the morning of October 30 after spending 22 days in jail in connection with the drugs-on-cruise case. He was arrested on 3 October, but was in the custody of the Narcotics Control Bureau from 3 October to 7 October. According to earlier reports, Aryan Khan spent his days following the prison routine like other inmates. Since his bail plea was rejected by the special NDPS court before his lawyers moved the Bombay High Court, he felt worried and was advised by the jail authorities to read some books from the prison library. Reports say, Aryan then read a book written on Lord Rama. Earlier he had read a book named 'The Lions Gate'.

Aryan also interacted with other jail inmates. Reports said that he had promised financial and legal help to some prisoners. During his stay in prison, he was once allowed to video call his parents. After the jail authorities allowed the inmates' family members to meet them, Shah Rukh Khan went to meet them on October 21.

Aryan Khan will have to stay in Mumbai for the time being as he will need prior permission to leave the city. He is not allowed to meet any of the co-accused in the case under the conditions of bail. Reports have it that Aryan's parents plan to take him underground for a few days.