Kubbra Sait Said On ‘Aryan Khan Drug Case, It Is A Very Scary Time To Live life’
Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan has been arrested by NCB (Narcotics Control Bureau) on charges of consuming and dealing in drugs. During the raids in the past, the agency had arrested 8 people including Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Merchant, and Munmun Dhamecha. Bollywood stars are also giving their reaction after Shah Rukh Khan’s son’s name surfaced in the drugs case. Now Bollywood actress Kubbra Sait has also reacted to the Aryan Khan drugs case. Kubbra has become very famous by playing the role of Cuckoo in the set web series Sacred Games. Talking about the Aryan Khan drugs case, he has said that this time is a very scary time to live. Kubbra Sait said, ”I think it is a very scary time to live life right now, where everything you do is judged. Everyone comes out early with their decision and gives their verdict regardless of the truth.”
Kubbra reacted to the case and talked about how people don’t seem to be interested in the truth anymore and are constantly manipulating it. Asked what she felt about the Aryan Khan case, Kubbra told IndiaToday.in, “I think it’s a very scary time to live in right now, where anything and everything you do is judged and everyone is quick to come up with their verdict and nobody really cares about the truth anymore. The truth cannot be changed or shifted or molded for people. When they start manipulating facts, when they start selling manipulated facts as entertainment, it is a very sad situation to be in. And this has not happened today. It has happened over the last few years. We have seen it, and it is really unfortunate.”
Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan has been lodged in Mumbai’s Arthur Road Jail for several days in connection with the drugs case. Aryan’s bail application was heard on October 14, but there was no result, so the court gave the next date for October 20. Aryan was earlier staying in the jail along with the rest of the prisoners. His number was prisoner number N956, but a few days ago he was shifted to the special barracks.