In the Aryan Khan Drugs Case, while everyone’s eyes are on the court’s hearing, the actress has been accused of endangering the life of Narcotics Control Bureau informer. The actress has now not only clarified on Twitter about this, but has also retaliated against those who accused the opposite.
Journalist had leveled allegations against Pooja BhattA journalist made this allegation on Pooja Bhatt. Actually, Pooja Bhatt had named such a person in one of her tweets. Now the Bollywood actress has taken to Twitter and wrote that she has never written the name of any such person. Not only this, he also wrote in gestures that ask that person not to post selfies on social media describing himself as ‘majestic’.
What Pooja Bhatt wrote in the tweetPooja Bhatt wrote in her tweet, ‘I did not name her, if you really ‘see’ and ‘read’ then you will understand. Ask that person not to take or leak selfies showing their glory, so that it becomes viral. There’s always a better part of bravery than intelligence, isn’t it?
What was in Pooja’s first tweetPooja Bhatt had earlier written in one of her tweets, ‘And then we have those who haven’t been cast as ‘private detectives’ in most Bollywood movies. Facts are stranger than fiction and full of quirks. Time has come to say ‘looks like a private detective outsourced by a government agency’ instead of saying ‘looks like a Bollywood villain’.
What advice did that journalist give to the actress?Responding to Pooja Bhatt’s tweet, a journalist wrote, ‘An informer can be with Police / ED / CBI / NIA / NCB anyone. Anyone can be an informer. Giving information and helping bust the racket is not a crime. You are risking his life by taking his name. Drug peddlers can now attack informers. You can also help and get the raids done.
This selfie with Aryan went viral
This whole exercise started when an unknown person’s selfie with Shahrukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan went viral. This selfie was taken during the interrogation of NCB, when Aryan was in custody. Later, when the selfie went viral, the Narcotics Control Bureau clarified that the person seen with Aryan in the picture is not an NCB officer.
[Attribution to NBT]