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Rakul Preet Singh Trolled In Social Media After Rhea Chakraborty Names Rakul In Drug Case Linked To Sushant Singh Death

by Bellamkonda

MUMBAI: After the Bollywood actress Rhea Chakraborty named Tollywood actress Rakul Preet Singh involvement with the drug-related angle linked to the Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide the Netizens trolling Rakul and Rhea over the social media.

The NCB and has arrested Rhea her brother and four others and all of them were kept in a Byculla prison in Mumbai. She was being investigated by the Narcotics Control Bureau investigation over her involvement with the drug-related angle linked to the Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide case.

During the investigation Rhea had revealed the names of several actor including the Tollywood top actress Rakul Preet, Sara Ali Khan the daughter of Saif Ali Khan a, designer Simmone Khambatta, Sushant’s friend and former manager Rohini Iyer and filmmaker Mukesh Chhabra in a 20-page-long statement. Rhea said that Rakul and Sara Ali Khan celebrities were reportedly used to take drugs along with her.

According to the reports, NCB is all set to summon 25 famous Bollywood celebrities in the investigation of drug-related angle.

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Rhea who was herself fully involved as a suspect in Suhant Rajput’s Death case had now dragged other big wing’s into the case, and as per the Rhea’s 80 per cent of Bollywood stars are taking drugs.

Meanwhile, Rhea lawyer had applied for a bail in special court in Mumbai on Friday, which was rejected by the court NCB had booked Rhea, her brother and four other accused under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act. Following which the actress will be in the judicial custody till September 22.

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