After the angle of drugs in the case of Sushant Singh Rajput's death, there have been many revelations so far. In this case, the name of Bollywood's famous actress Deepika Padukone is also coming out. In such a situation, their difficulties may increase in the coming time. Meanwhile, there are reports that the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) may send a summons to Deepika Padukone.
According to media reports, on Monday, NCB revealed Riya Chakraborty's new WhatsApp chat. The chat is with Deepika Padukone's manager Karishma Prakash. In this chat, Riya Chakraborty and Karisma are talking about drug transactions. In such a situation, the NCB has called Karishma Prakash for questioning. According to sources, Deepika Padukone can also be questioned this week.
According to media reports, NCB has received WhatsApp chat of Riya Chakraborty and Karishma Prakash. In this chat, the two are talking about referring to the initials of some people. Which is being told that these are the letters of the names of Bollywood actresses. According to reports, Riya has talked to N, J, S, D, K about drug transactions. In such a case, now the name of actress Deepika Padukone is also being added.
According to this chat, Riya and Karishma have been talking while saying, 'N told K I have got some MDs. J tells S to send CBD oil. J is believed to be Jaya Saha, while S is being speculated between Sara and Shraddha. Whereas D said to K Do you have goods? In response, K said, 'But at home. I am in Bandra. More chats have been revealed in this way. In which there is talk about the buying and selling of drugs.
At the same time, tell you that Riya Chakraborty was arrested by the NCB on September 8 for the use and use of drugs in the case of Sushant Singh Rajput's death. He has been in Byculla Jail since 9 September. He has been in NCB custody for the last 14 days. On Tuesday, Riya Chakraborty moved the Bombay High Court seeking bail. However, the time of the hearing has not been decided. Prior to this, the application of Riya Chakraborty has been rejected by the sessions court twice.