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Shahrukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan’s life before the drug case

Shah Rukh Khan’s child Aryan Khan hit features after he was captured by the Narcotics Control Bureau during a medications bust on an extravagance voyage. His legal counselors kept up with that no stash was found on him and that the star child was just a VVIP invitee on the boat. After almost three weeks in prison, Aryan was released on October 30.

Know more about the star child’s life and objectives before the arrest for a drug case.

Aryan Khan’s educational background

Aryan Khan was an understudy at the renowned Sevenoaks High School in London, where he was colleagues with Amitabh Bachchan’s granddaughter Navya Naveli Nanda. In 2020, he moved on from the University of Southern California. He has allegedly procured a degree in Fine Arts, Cinematic Arts, Film and Television Production from the School of Cinematic Arts at USC.

Aryan Khan wanted to be a director

Despite his attractive features, Aryan Khan cares very little about confronting the camera, rather, he is quick to turn into a producer. Shah Rukh Khan had shared, “Aryan would not like to be an entertainer, he needs to make films, become a director, and is preparing for it in the US.”

Karan Johar on Aryan Khan’s Bollywood debut 

Last year there was buzz that SRK’s attractive child is wanting to make a big appearance as an associate director with Karan Johar. A couple of years back KJo had communicated that he would gladly dispatch Aryan in Bollywood.
Aryan Khan with his Siblings
Aryan Khan got back to Mannat on October 30 and his folks are allegedly wanting to keep him grounded at home, shielding him from the media glare and groups. As per a news entry, before long his release, SRK, and Gauri concluded that their child will go through a few wellbeing check-ups and tests. Post which, they are wanting to move Aryan Khan to their rich Alibaug lodge. While the test proceeds, the Bombay HC has requested that Aryan present his identification and he can’t leave the country without earlier consent from the Special Judge for NDPS at Greater Mumbai.

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