It is being said that the NCB will be conducting more raids after Jaya Saha gave out some big names from the film industry.

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has rocked the Bollywood industry after it sprung into action into Sushant Singh Rajput’s death investigation. The NCB targetted the drug angle into the actor’s death case and many big names like Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor and Rakul Preet Singh are now under the agency’s radar. And if the latest reports are to be believed, the names of four male actors will soon be revealed in the drugs case. 

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According to a report in Times Now, talent manager Jaya Saha has named more A-list actors during the interrogation by the NCB. Four male actors are now under NCB scanner and it remains to be seen when will the agency reveal the names of these actors. It is being said that the NCB will be conducting more raids after Jaya gave out some big names from the film industry. They might also send summons to more people in the days to come. 

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The NCB, on Wednesday, said that it has summoned Bollywood actors Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor and Rakul Preeet Singh for questioning in a drug-related case. A senior NCB official related to the probe told IANS, “Summons have been issued to Deepika, Sara, Shraddha and Rakul for questioning. “Besides four Bollywood actors, the NCB has also summoned fashion designer Simone Khambatta.” 

The drug law enforcement agency has also summoned Deepika’s manager Karishma Prakash and Sushant’s former manager Shruti Modi for questioning. Another NCB official said that it has summoned Khambatta, Rakul and Sushant’s former manager Shruti Modi on September 24. Deepika, along with Karishma, has been called for questioning on September 25 and Sara and Shradhha have been called on September 26. #innlive

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