Shahrukh Khan’s son Aryan gets bail 4 weeks


Aryan Khan, the child of actor Shah Rukh Khan, today left the Mumbai prison after almost a month. The 23-year-old was conceded abandon Thursday by the Bombay High Court in the cruise drug case however went through two evenings in prison as his bail papers missed the 5:30 pm cutoff time on Friday after a restless stand-by that went down to seconds.


Welcome home Aryan Khan

Around 11 am, encompassed by security men, the star’s child got into a holding-up white Range Rover and was driven away, finishing long stretches of the theory behind his release. Arthur Road prison authorities were seen taking out the bail papers from the “bail box” in the early hours of the morning, setting off the interaction for the star child’s release.

Since morning, fans have been swarming outside Shah Rukh Khan’s Mannat home with “Welcome Home, Aryan” banners. Prior, the megastar’s parade left for the Arthur Road Jail.

Mukul Rohatgi, previous Attorney General of India, battled for Aryan Khan’s bail in the High Court for three days.

Who signed bail?

Entertainer Juhi Chawla, Shah Rukh Khan’s co-star at the beginning of his movie career, marked the ₹ 1 lakh bail bond for Aryan Khan. That progression was important for the Mumbai sessions court to sign the delivery papers that should have been sent straightforwardly to the jail.

Aryan Khan went through almost a month in prison after his capture following a Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) strike on a cruise party on October 2. He was “accused Number 1” of the situation wherein a sum of 20 were captured.

The anti-drug department found no drugs on him, however, asserted in court that his WhatsApp talks demonstrated his inclusion in “illicit drug deals” and connections with a foreign drug cartel.

Conditions for the bail

The Bombay High Court has recorded 14 conditions for his bail – Aryan Khan can’t leave Mumbai without illuminating the police and needs to show up before the organization each Friday.


The conditions incorporate not leaving the country without consent, not enjoying comparative exercises, not speaking with other blamed like his companion Arbaaz Merchant, and not conversing with the media, among others.

The NCB can demand wiping out of bail if any of these conditions are disregarded.