Amidst drugs case, an old video of Aryan Khan helping a beggar child goes viral

Following a day after drugs arrest made against Aryan Khan, the internet users found an old video of Aryan helping a beggar as he left a Mumbai restaurant.

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Following a day after drugs arrest made against Aryan Khan, the internet users found an old video of Aryan helping a beggar as he left a Mumbai restaurant. The video has now gained a lot of attention and it has gone viral.

It’s a video captured way back in 2018. In the video, Aryan can be seen coming out of a party at Mumbai’s Bastian restaurant with Malaika Arora and others wearing a red hoodie and jeans.

Initially, he tries to just speak to the kid nicely but then when the latter became relentless for some help, Aryan obliged. Someone is seen handing money to the kid.

The social media and Shah Rukh Khan’s fans could not stop praising this sweet gesture, they lauded Aryan back in 2018 for his kind act. SRK himself is known for being generous, and many said Aryan gets it from his father.

Here’s the video:

https://www.instagram.com/p/BmIEdvjHhmZ/

 

Meanwhile, on Aryan’s drug case, the court in Mumbai on Monday granted the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) custody of Aryan Khan and two others till October 7. Aryan was among eight people arrested by the NCB after a raid on Cordelia Cruises’ Empress ship on Saturday.

(also read: Netizens trend #WeStandWithSRK to support SRK after Aryan Khan’s arrest!)

The NCB claimed that “shocking and incriminating” material recovered in WhatsApp chats of Aryan Khan and two others showed international drug trafficking.

Aryan Khan maintained his composure after the court decided to rule in favour of the drug enforcement agency. Khan’s lawyer Satish Maneshinde had sought bail for his client.

According to the Investigating Officer (IO), no illegal drugs were recovered from Aryan Khan’s person during the raid on the cruise liner.


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