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Sara Ali Khan and Shraddha Kapoor have claimed that Sushant Singh used drugs on the set of Rajput film.
- The NCB seized Sara, Shraddha and Deepika’s mobile phones after interrogation on Saturday
- If NCB sources are to be believed, Sara, Shraddha, Deepika and Rakul will be summoned again.
The Drug Control Bureau on Saturday questioned Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan and Shraddha Kapoor in a drug case. The actress’ mobile phone was also seized. However, Sara and Shraddha forgot to sign the NCB papers. The agency later went to the actress’ house and signed. However, it was not found during this period. So the NCB has signed one member of its team.
All actresses will be summoned again
Investigators have claimed that Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor and Rakul Preet Singh made similar statements, the report said. Therefore, the four actresses will be summoned again and called for questioning.
The transactions of four actresses will also be investigated
According to the report, the Narcotics Control Bureau will investigate the transactions from the bank accounts of Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor and Rakul Preet Singh. From this, they are trying to find out whether they have made any transaction to buy medicine. Credit card payments have been investigated by actresses over the past three years.
The actresses confessed in the drug chat
In a five-and-a-half-hour investigation from the NCB on Saturday, Deepika Padukone confessed to her drug addiction with her manager Karisma Prakash. However, he himself has denied using drugs.
Similarly, Sara and Shraddha said in a 24-hour investigation that they saw Sushant taking drugs on photo sets. However, the three actresses themselves have denied using drugs.
Earlier on Friday, Rakul Preet Singh was questioned. He agreed to a drug chat with Rhea. However, he said that Rhea had left the house with her medicine. This was discussed between the two.
No celebrity clean chit
If sources are to be believed, the NCB has not yet given a clean chit to all the celebrities they have questioned. In addition, 20 high-profile drug peddlers are on the agency’s radar, and there are plans to summon 24 male actors. The names of the seven actors have now come up for investigation and the NCB chief has allowed his team present in Mumbai to send their summons.