NCB to examine the footage of Deepika Padukone's party at a club
New Delhi : The Narcotics Control Bureau [NCB] has launched a attack against the use of the sedatives in Bollywood while investigating the Sushant Singh Rajput death case.
According to NCB sources, some WhatsApp conversations discussing drugs are on the radar of the agency. Some of these chats were allegedly between Deepika Padukone's manager Karishma Prakash and one 'D', they said.
According to Times Now report, in one of the conversations, Deepika has allegedly asked her manager to bring hash to a posh club where she was partying. This exchange of messages between the two happened in October 2017 on WhatsApp.
The investigative agency is expected to examine the footage from the party, the reports further adds.
As per a PTI report, that said, Karishma who was summoned by NCB could not appear before the agency on Tuesday due to ill-health. She has been exempted from appearance before the anti-drug agency till Friday.
Famous stars like Shraddha Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan will also be summoned by the NCB for their alleged connection in the case.
Earlier, the NCB had confirmed that Rhea Chakraborty confessed Sara Ali Khan, Rakul Preet Singh and Simone Khambatta have consumed narcotics substance.