Drugs case in Bollywood: Karan Johar’s former producer gets bail on Rs 50,000 personal bond, passport must be submitted

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Kshitij Prasad was arrested by the NCB from Mumbai on 2 September. -Phil photo.

Former executive producer of Dharma Productions Kshitij Ravi Prasad was granted bail by an NDPS court on Thursday on a personal bond of Rs 50,000. In the alleged drug case, i.e. 16/20 cases, Harijan was arrested on 26 September by the Bureau of Narcotics Control. The court asked Kshitij to submit his passport to the police station on bail.

He was arrested again while in prison
The NCB arrested Kshitij Prasad again while he was in jail in a drug case. Agriolos Demetriades was also arrested along with Kshitij Prasad. Both were arrested in a case involving the Nigerian Drugs Syndicate. Ajisiolos is the brother of Gabriella Demetriades, the girlfriend of actor Arjun Rampal.

Horizon made serious allegations against the NCB

The NCB also raided Harijan’s house and found a small quantity of drugs. His home was also investigated. His wife complained that officers found nothing but cigarette butts on the porch. However, Harijan was still kept in the agency’s office for one night. After coming out, he alleged that anti-drug agency officials had misbehaved with him and forced him to name Bollywood actors Dino Morea, Arjun Rampal and Ranveer Kapoor, though he was none. Learn.

Karan Johar expressed his dissatisfaction by adding his name to the horizon

Karan Johar released a statement on Twitter about his relationship with Harijan, saying, “I don’t use drugs or promote drugs. Talking about me and my family, my co-workers and religion production, they’re bad.”

Karan issued a cleanup with 5 points

  • A few news channels, print / electronic media and social media platforms where I had a party at my house on July 28, 2019 are being misrepresented, where drugs were used.
  • Having said that, Kshitij Prasad and Anubhav Chopra are my close associates. I want to make it clear that I don’t know him personally and neither of these two are my colleagues or close friends.
  • Anubhav Chopra was not an employee of my company Dharma Productions, although he worked independently with our company on two projects between 2011 and 2013.
  • Kshitij Ravi Prasad was associated with Dharma Entertainment, a religious production company, in November 2016. He was the executive producer on a contract basis for a project.
  • Neither I nor Dharma Productions are responsible for what people do in their private lives.


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