Deepika Padukone with her manager Karisma Prakash.
The Bureau of Narcotics Control (NCB) in the Bollywood drugs case has twice summoned Karisma Prakash, former manager of Deepika Padukone, for questioning, but she did not come to the office for questioning.
- Latest version:November 4, 2020, 4:44 am IST
Earlier, the NCB had summoned Karisma Prakash and asked her to appear for questioning on October 27. On the other hand, during the interim bail hearing in the court, the NCB assured the court that Karisma Prakash would not be arrested before November. The court will hold a separate hearing on November 7 on the bail application.
After that, Karisma Prakash arrived at the NCB office on Wednesday to co-operate with the central agency’s investigation. According to NCB sources, during the raid on Karisma Prakash’s house at the end of October, the central agency 1. grams The village seized hashish after which he was summoned. Since then, drug law enforcement agencies have summoned him several times to join the investigation and record his statements.
The police official said Prakash did not respond to the summons and that he was ‘missing’. According to sources, in addition to the banned substance, two bottles of CBD oil and a cannabis product were found in his house during the raid. Karisma Prakash has applied for anticipatory bail in the court. Karisma is being questioned for the second time in a Bollywood drug chat case. Apart from Karisma Prakash, the NCB has so far questioned Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor and Rakul Preet Singh.