Twinkle Khanna on Aryan Khan’s arrest says it’s like square Squid Game episode

The investigations are still in process.The court is still not ready with its final statement as to they’ll grant bail to Aryan Khan or not.Recently his bail plea was unheard.The NCB recorded the statement of each and every person present there the eight people were alleged under the NDPS Act (Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act).

Aryan Khan was alleged by the NCB on 2 of October in the drugs case.Many fans and celebrities are in full support of him they have started various trends and hashtags related to the same.Recently Twinkle Khanna had compared Aryan Khan’s arrest to Squid Game episode. In one of the Instagram posts She had shared a blog posts in which she titled it with Let the desi Squid Games begin’.

Giving one of the examples of Korean dramas she said “Each player is given ten marbles and must get their opponent’s marbles by competing in any game of their choosing. In this episode, one of the strongest candidates is badgered and ultimately bamboozled into losing his marbles. I seem to have misplaced mine as well when I read the news about Shah Rukh Khan’s son’s arrest.”

According to Twinkle Khanna it was unfair keeping Aryan Khan in jail for two weeks without having any proof related to the matter.she wrote “While his friend was apparently carrying 6 gm of charas, there is reportedly no evidence of possession by Aryan Khan. Yet, the young boy has been languishing in Arthur Road jail for almost two weeks now.”

Recently Twinkle copied a news anchor and she said “I suppose I feel like emulating one of Arnab’s dramatic proclamations where he once said, ‘Mujhe drug do, mujhe drugs do,’ because I need some heavy-duty psychotropic substances to make sense of this development.”

Aryan Khan and two others were alleged on 2 of October evening for inclusion in utilization, selling and buying of booty. On Monday a bail hearing was done in the Mumbai High Court extended the NCB custody of Aryan Khan and others till October 7.He has spent 17 days in the custody and on 20 October his bail plea will be heard.


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