Byline by -Vinayak Heliwal
Actress Kangana Ranaut takes a dig at Deepika Padukone on Twitter as her name surfaced in Bollywood drug nexus in the latest development on the Sushant Singh Rajput death case.
As the leak of the chats and the emergence of Deepika Padukone’s name surfaced on social media, Kangana Ranaut, who had highlighted the widespread drug consumption in the industry, fired at Deepika by using the ‘repeat after me ‘ line that Deepika used for awareness about mental health and added ‘ depression is a consequence of drug abuse’.
Widening its probe into the drugs angle in the death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) will summon Bollywood actress Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor for questioning.
However according to a report by several news channels another actress’s name had been popped up after the NCB grilled Sushant Singh Rajput’s talent manager Jaya Singh and celebrity manager Shruti Modi on Monday.
Based on the chats accessed by the media house, individuals with the initials K, D, S, N, and J were discussing drugs.It has been alleged that D stands for Deepika Padukone and K for her manager Karishma Prakash who works at KWAN with Jaya.
The chats are dated to October 2017, and show Padukone asking for “maal” from K, after which the latter says she can ask “Amit” because he is “carrying.”
The thread of the conversation from October 28, 2017:
At 10:03 AM, (+91-992——-) Deepika writes: K…Maal you have?
At 10:05 AM, (+91-961——-) ‘K’ writes: I have but at home. I am at Bandra…
At 10:05, K writes: I can ask Amit if you want
At 10:07, Deepika writes: Yes!! Pllleeeeasssee
At 10:08, K writes: Amit has. He’s carrying it
At 10:12, Deepika writes: Hash na?
At 10:12, Deepika writes: Not weed
At 10:14, K writes: What time are you coming to Koko
At 10:15: Deepika writes: 1130/12ish
At 10:15: Deepika writes: Till what time is Shal there?
K writes: I think she said 11:30 because she needs to at the other place at 1.
Deepika was also a part of the controversial video posted by Karan Johar in 2019 which is again under the scanner.