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Feroz Nadiadwala is the cousin of well known filmmaker Sajid Nadiadwala and has been active in the film world for 25 years.
- On Sunday, the NCB raided Feroz Nadiadwala’s house
- After questioning the suspects, Feroze’s name came up in the case
Producer Feroz Nadiadwala’s reaction has come to light after the arrest of his wife Shabana Saeed in a drug case. In a conversation with Spotboy, Feroz simply said, “The truth will be revealed. Pray for your brother.” However, he did not say anything about the drug allegations at the time. But somewhere in his statement it has been indicated that the allegations made against him are not true.
Shabana was arrested on Sunday
On Sunday, a team from the Bureau of Narcotics Control raided Feroze’s home in Juhu. From here they seized about 10 grams of cannabis and three mobile phones. At the same time Shabana was interrogated for custody and he was arrested in the evening.
The NCBO summoned Firoz on Monday and summoned him for questioning. It is said that Feroz’s name came up during the interrogation of some of the suspects detained by the investigating agency.
Feroz has been active in the industry for 25 years
Feroze is the cousin of well-known filmmaker Sajid Nadiadwala and has been active in the film world for 25 years. He starred in ‘Watner’s Who’s Who’ (1987), ‘Cartridge’ (1999), ‘On: Man at Work’ (2004), ‘Fir Hera Ferry’ (2006), ‘Welcome; (2007) and ‘Welcome Back’ (2015).
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Feroze has also helped Bollywood celebrities when he got time. When writer, director, comedian, actor Neeraj Bhora (who died in 2017) fell ill, he brought him to his house and gave him all the facilities of the hospital in one room. At the time he said in a statement, “What is the value of money? Come, go. Your work is left.”
Recently, Feroz has cast Nana Patekar in a web series alleging Mitu. Tanushree Dutt, who alleges sexual harassment of many people, especially Nana. In response, Feroz said, “Brother, we have seen that there is no one to judge. Leave this job to the top.”