- Karan Johar responded to the NCB summons
- Karan sent the letter with the help of a lawyer
- The NCB had sought party details in 2019
Filmmaker Karan Johar was summoned by the NCB on Thursday in a Bollywood drug case. The summons was sent by the NCB to know the details and information of Karan Johar’s party. The party was attended by many Bollywood actors and actresses. Now Karan Johar has responded to the summons.
Karan Johar is reported to have submitted the letter and pen drive with the help of his lawyer and staff. Now what action does the NCB take. It will be something to watch. Please tell that Karan Johar is going to provide all the records related to the party held at his house in the year 2019. A video of the party was posted by Karan Johar himself at the time, which caused a huge uproar and the stars were accused of taking drugs.
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All questions related to this party such as who were the people involved in the party. Which camera shot the video? Sent an invitation card? Karan Johar was asked to provide all this information by Friday (December 18). The NCB says Karan Johar is not a suspect under any circumstances. In case of drugs, some information has to be sought from them.
NCB sources said Karan Johar did not need to appear before the NCB himself. They can send it to any of their representatives. Karan Johar was asked to provide details of the electronic devices used to shoot the party held at his home in July 2019.
Big stars of Bollywood attended the party
The video is said to have been shot by Karan Johar and features Malaika Arora, Ranbir Kapoor, Vicky Kaushal, Varun Dhawan, Shakun Batra, Zoya Akhtar, Arjun Kapoor, Ayan Mukherjee, Deepika Padukone and Karthik Aryan, Shahid Kapoor and his wife Mira Rajput. Stars were seen.
Akali Dal leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa had lodged a complaint with the NCB after the video came to light. Manjinder Singh Sirsa called Karan Johar the king of the Bollywood drug cartel. At that time Karan Johar also clarified by issuing a statement. “I don’t take those drugs or even promote them,” he said. He said false news was being spread about the Uni party.