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Entertainment Watch: Deepika, Shraddha, Sara at NCB office for questioning in drugs case


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Top Bollywood actors appeared before the Narcotics Control Bureau in connection with the alleged drugs case which came to light following Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. The first to arrive at the NCB office in Mumbai’s Colaba was Deepika Padukone. She reached around 9:45 am. Following the NCB summons, she had returned from Goa on September 24 where she had been working on a new movie. The next to reach the NCB office was actor Shraddha Kapoor. She arrived around noon. Following Shraddha was Sara Ali Khan. Like Deepika, she had returned to Mumbai from Goa, where she had been vacationing with her mother Amrita Singh. Deepika Padukone’s manager Karishma Prakash was also seen at the agency’s office. She had been questioned a day earlier also. NCB sources said she was asked who the person named ‘D’ in her WhatsApp chats was, with whom she had discussed drugs. A day earlier, NCB had grilled actor Rakul Preet. Watch the full video for more.

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