Bollywood celebrity Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan has been on the information currently after his arrest as a result of possession of unlawful substances. The star child’s bail plea was rejected for the third time on Wednesday, attributable to which the 23-year-old has been feeling anxious within the Arthur Road Jail. However, to ease his nervous behaviour, Aryan has been studying spiritual books primarily on Lord Ram and Mother Sita.
After his bail plea was rejected thrice, the courtroom has now moved the following listening to to October 26, after his counsel approached the Bombay High Court to hunt bail within the medication case.
Reportedly, Aryan Khan has been feeling anxious since his bail plea was moved to a different date and in response to the jail authorities, Shah Rukh Khan’s son has been steered to learn the library books.
Aryan Khan has now been given books from the jail library, and on the administration’s suggestion, the star kid has been studying books written on Lord Ram and Mother Sita, earlier than this Shah Rukh Khan’s son had learn, The Lion’s Gate.
According to the jail administration, an inmate is allowed to request books from his household and relations, not simply any ebook, they’ll solely get spiritual books. Apart from this, if a prisoner leaves a ebook whereas leaving the jail, then it’s also included within the library.
Recently, Aaj Tak reached out to Aryan Khan’s Arthur Road jail inmate named Shravan Nadar, he made some heartbreaking revelation and claimed that he has seen Shah Rukh Khan’s son cry and star child just isn’t receiving any type of particular therapy. Just like some other jail inmate, Aryan has been consuming regular meals and biscuits; he can purchase meals from the jail canteen with the cash he acquired from his dad and mom.
Aryan was taken into NCB custody after they performed a raid on a luxurious cruise liner, Cordelia on October 2, together with SRK’s son seven others, together with, Arbaaz Merchant, Munmun Dhamecha, Ismeet Singh, Mohak Jaswal, Gomit Chopra, Nupur Sarika and Vikrant Chhokar had been arrested by the narcotics officers. All the accused had been charged with offences underneath Section 8(c), 20(b), 27, 28, 29 and 35 underneath the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act.