No “Mannat” for SRK’s son Aryan, surviving on biscuits for four days
On Monday, Aryan Khan’s bail plea was rejected for the third time.Author : Divyanshi Soni
Aryan Khan is in Arthur Road Jail, where he was sent on 8 October. In the jail, Aryan Khan is living his life’s most vulnerable days. According to jail sources, Aryan has not eaten properly after his bail plea was rejected and he was shifted to the Arthur Jail. He is only having biscuits (Parle G) bought from the canteen for the last 4 days.
The officers and staff of the jail are constantly trying to convince Aryan to have something, but he isn’t eating anything and saying that he is not hungry. Reportedly, today morning a constable has brought some Parle G biscuits for Aryan and he has left with just three water bottles, he had more than a dozen water bottles before entering the jail.
According to the jail sources, Aryan is not using the jail’s washroom and because of this jail authorities are concerned about his health. Aryan has not even taken a bath for four days.
Aryan and Arbaaz are in the same quarantine cell from where both would be shifted to the normal cell after some days if bail is not granted. Recently, Aryan and Arbaaz are in the same cell, in which Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt was kept for some days.
According to the jail rules, no one can meet Aryan in the cell. Aryan’s parents are becoming anxious as they are not permitted to meet their son. The parents’ hopes of seeing their son home are pinned on the bail plea on Wednesday (October 13), many of us can wonder what Shah Rukh and Gauri are going through.
Aryan Khan's arrest has also affected Shahrukh Khan's professional life. The actor has also cancelled the international shooting schedule of his upcoming film 'Pathan' and also ed-tech giant Byju has hold on all advertisements starring Bollywood actor.
Last week, Aryan Khan and seven others were arrested in a narcotics raid on the cruise ship 'Cordelia,' which was travelling from Mumbai to Goa. According to a leading news agency, undercover Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) sleuths seized 13 grammes of cocaine, 21 grammes of hashish, 22 tablets of MDMA, and 5 grammes of MD during the raid.