Kajol's sister Tanisha Mukherjee said- 'If you want to avoid harassment, then Bollywood should leave Mumbai now'

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Aryan Khan Bail Denied Aryan was shifted to Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai along with all the accused. Everyone's Covid-19 test came negative. Shah Rukh and Aryan are constantly getting the support of Bollywood celebs and fans.

Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan's bail was rejected on Friday. Mumbai's Esplanade Court rejected the bail applications of all the eight accused, including Aryan. During the hearing, everyone was shifted to Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai. Everyone's Kovid-19 test came negative. However, he will have to stay in quarantine for 3-5 days in jail. Shah Rukh and Aryan are constantly getting the support of Bollywood celebs and fans.

Here, given the turmoil in Bollywood for some time now, Kajol's sister Tanisha tweeted that Bollywood should leave Mumbai. Tanisha tweeted – Bollywood should leave Maharashtra. Must move out of Mumbai. Any state, which will support us, should reach it, and let's all walk and work there so that actors and producers are safe. Give us tax benefits so that we can grow, thrive and protect ourselves from unnecessary harassment. 

Veteran comic actor Johnny Lever expressed his support by creating an emoji of staying strong by putting up an old picture of himself with Shah Rukh. 


Raveena Tandon had also expressed regret and anger over the politics happening in the case by tweeting. Raveena had written – Shameful politics is happening. The life and future of a young man are being played with. Heart breaker. 


Apart from these, many other Bollywood celebrities supported Aryan. Hrithik Roshan did his best by writing an open letter in the name of Aryan. Suniel Shetty, Mika Singh have also expressed their support.

What happened in the case so far

Aryan Khan was caught by the Narcotics Control Bureau on the night of 2 October at a rave party going on a luxury cruise. NCB alleges that banned substances were being consumed in the rave party. Seven more people were arrested along with Aryan. With Aryan's name joining the case, it became high profile. On 3 October, NCB arrested all of them and produced them in court, where they were sent to NCB custody for one day. On October 4, the court extended the custody by three days till October 7. On October 7, the court refused to give custody to NCB and sent them to judicial custody for 14 days. Aryan and others' bail applications were debated in Mumbai's Esplanade Court on October 8. After hearing both sides, the court rejected the bail plea of ​​all.