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Entertainment Bollywood drug nexus: Sara Ali Khan reportedly tells NCB Sushant Singh Rajput wasn’t faithful to her during their short relationship

Entertainment Updated : Sep 29, 2020, 10:14 IST22149 viewsSara Ali Khan reportedly told the Narcotics Control Bureau during questioning on Sep 26 that late actor Sushant Singh Rajput was not faithful to her during their short relationship, reports suggest. According to reports, Sara opened up about her relationship with her ‘Kedarnath’ co-star and also shared their chats with the officers. Now, an NCB source reveals Sara and Sushant broke up in 2019. Sara’s name initially surfaced in this alleged Bollywood drug racket when Rhea Chakraborty reportedly said that she used to take drugs with the actress and Sushant. Moreover, a boatman told the NCB that the late actor used to party at his Lonavala farmhouse along with his core team, Rhea, Sara, Shraddha, and arrested drug-peddling suspect Zaid Vilatra, among others. He also alleged that ‘ganja’ and liquor were common in their island parties.Read More
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