Interestingly, Shakun’s yet to be titled film also features Ananya Panday. Pictures of Ananya also went viral, in which she was seen standing on the balcony.
Bollywood celebs oftenly face photographers and do pose for them. But, this time Deepika Padukone got upset with the photographers and threatened to take legal action against them.
Karishma Prakash was summoned in connection with Bollywood drug nexus that emerged after the death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput. NCB had claimed to have seized 1.17 gm of hash from her residence during a raid.
"I feel lucky and blessed that Bachchan Sir has selected our film among the many choices he has. It is a full-length role, which we believe will do justice to the legend that he is," the film's director Nag Ashwin said.
While the actresses received nationwide criticism, many have been wondering how their families dealt with the news.
"The news article mentioning that the drugs law enforcement agency giviing clean chit to those examined by NCB is devoid of the facts and truth." He said that the necessary "rebuttal" is being issued to the concerned.
Shraddha Kapoor, during the interrogation revealed that she had seen Sushant taking drugs in his vanity van. Meanwhile, Deepika Padukone claimed that in the film industry, 'maal' is the code word for cigarettes.
An NCB source said, "The phones of Deepika, Karishma, Rakul and Khambatta have been seized by the NCB under the Indian Evidence Act."
The agency after questioning several other accused in the case has prepared a list of questions that it is seeking answers to from the three actors which can spell trouble for them.
Shraddha arrived at the NCB office here around 11.45 a.m. while Sara came at 12.15 p.m. at the NCB office in Ballard Pier area here. Deepika's former manager Karishma Prakash also joined the probe at the NCB guest house in Colaba area here for the second day.