Gauri Khan seeks 'Mannat' for Aryan Khan's release, will not eat 'sweet' till son gets bail

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Gauri has sought a vow on Navratri to save her son. There is a general belief that after the fulfillment of a vow, one of his dearest things is left behind. In such a situation, Gauri has completely given up sweet food.

 Father Shah Rukh Khan and mother Gauri Khan have lost their sleep after the arrest of son Aryan Khan in the drugs case. On the one hand, despite lakhs of efforts, the son is not getting bail, on the other hand, the difficult life of jail. Gauri Khan is upset thinking that how Aryan will be spending the day. At the same time, he has now taken refuge from God to get out of all this.

Gauri seeks vow

A family friend of Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan has told 'India Today' that, both Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri are getting very worried day by day. Gauri has sought a vow on Navratri to save her son. There is a general belief that after the fulfillment of a vow, one of his dearest things is left behind. In such a situation, Gauri has completely given up sweet food. Now Gauri will not even touch Sweety until her beloved Aryan comes home.

Do not come again and again 

Further, a close friend of the actor said that Shah Rukh Khan has repeatedly requested his celebrity friends not to come to Mannat. He also told that Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri have asked their family members and close friends to pray for Aryan. Although Salman Khan has come many times till now.

Expected bail on Thursday

At the same time, Shahrukh Khan's manager Pooja Dadlani also shared Durga's photo on Instagram. He shared the picture of Mata Rani before the hearing on October 14. He wrote, 'Thank you, Mata Rani'. There was speculation that Aryan might get bail on Thursday but it could not happen. 

this is the whole matter

Let us inform you that AryanKhan was arrested by the NCB on October 2 during a raid from a ship going from Mumbai to Goa. Since then Aryan Khan is in jail. However, the hearing on Aryan Khan's bail plea lasted for several hours in the Special NDPS Court on Thursday, October 14, but then the court reserved the decision. Now the court will hear the matter on Wednesday, October 20.