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Aryan Khan granted bail after 25 days: Stars celebrate release of Shah Rukh Khan’s son


Aryan Khan, son of genius Shah Rukh Khan, was on Thursday conceded bail by the Bombay High Court, more than 25 days after his capture on account of the seizure of banned drugs aboard a cruise ship off the Mumbai coast.

A solitary bench of Justice N W Sambre likewise conceded bail to his co-blamed Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha. “Every one of the three supplications is permitted. I will pass point-by-point orders by tomorrow night,” Justice Sambre said.

Arbaaz and Aryan

Before long news broke, stars who have been pulling for the star kid, took to their handles to praise the HC’s decision, saying, “At last!”

Shah Rukh’s previous costars from Sonu Sood to R Madhavan took to their handles to communicate their alleviation. Maddy said in his post, “Thank god. As a father I am So relieved .. … May all good and positive things happen.”

Sood wrote a post in Hindi that meant, “When time judges, then there is no need for witnesses.”

Individual Bollywood stars following the case including Rahul Dholakia said, “Finally!!! Bail Granted! #AryanKhanDrugsCase! Thank God!”

Swara Bhasker additionally participate and said, “FINALLY !”

Movie producer Atul Kasbekar said, “While I’m glad HC has granted bail, judges in lower courts need to understand that this reversal is a ?? mark on their judicial abilities”

Aryan Khan’s promoters then, at that point, looked for authorization to submit cash bail to which the court declined and said a guarantee is to be given.

“I might have provided the request additionally tomorrow. Be that as it may, I gave it today,” Justice Sambre said.

The lawful group of the 23-year-old Aryan Khan, who is as of now in legal care and stopped at the Arthur Road jail in focal Mumbai, will currently attempt to finish the conventions for his release by Friday.


Aryan Khan, Merchant, and Dhamecha were captured by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on October 3 and booked under significant segments of the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS) for ownership, utilization, deal/acquisition of prohibited medications, connivance, and abetment.

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