Bollywood actor Salman Khan visited Shah Rukh Khan’s residence, Mannat, in Mumbai on Sunday night time whereas a number of different Bollywood stars together with Suchitra Krishnamoorti and Pooja Bhatt prolonged their help on social media to the Bollywood famous person after his son, Aryan Khan’s arrest by the NCB in after the company had busted a celebration on a cruise ship the place medication have been being consumed.
— Manobala Vijayabalan (@ManobalaV) October 3, 2021
Mumbai paparazzi clicked Salman Khan arriving at SRKs residence in Mumbai on late Sunday night time.
And essentially the most anticipated arrival – Salman Khan noticed getting into Shah Rukh Khan’s residence, Mannat
As soon as srk stated – ” If one thing dangerous occurs to him and his household, Salman Khan will come to assist first”. pic.twitter.com/0pyssBiy19
— Salman Khan Followers Kerala âÂÂï¸Â (@SKF_kerala) October 3, 2021
In the meantime, actress Pooja Bhatt took to Twitter and stated that she was standing by SRK throughout this powerful time.
I stand in solidarity with you @iamsrk Not that you just want it. However I do. This too, shall cross. ðÂÂÂ
— Pooja Bhatt (@PoojaB1972) October 3, 2021
Suchitra Krishnamoorthi, who was SRK’s co star within the in style 19993 movie ‘Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa’, stood by SRK and lamented the truth that Bollywood celebrities are straightforward targets. In a sequence of tweets Krishnamoorthi wrote that the a number of NCB raids final yr yielded no outcomes both.
— Suchitra Krishnamoorthi (@suchitrak) October 3, 2021
On Sunday, earlier than Aryan’s arrest actor Suniel Shetty had appealed to present Aryan a break.
“I want to say that wherever there’s a raid, a number of individuals are caught. And we assume that this youngster will need to have consumed medication or this youngster will need to have accomplished it. However the proceedings are on, give that youngster an opportunity to breathe,” he had stated.
The actor additional added, “Every time one thing occurs in Bollywood, the media scrutinises every thing and jumps to conclusions. Give the kid an opportunity. Let the reality come out. It’s our duty to deal with the kid.”