Aryan Khan Bail: Tears roll down the eyes of SRK as Aryan Khan gets bail, informed Mukul Rohatgi

Publish Date: 29 Oct, 2021 |

After spending around 25 days in jail, Aryan Khan and his family finally took a sigh of relief as he was granted bail by Bombay High Court on Thursday. The news was so heartwarming for his family that Aryan’s father and superstar Shah Rukh Khan couldn’t control his tears on hearing it. 

The smile on SRK’s face that was lost since 25 days returned and he could be seen smiling in a picture with his legal team.

Shah Rukh finally takes sigh of relief

But along with smile, he also had tears rolling down his eyes. Mukul Rohatgi, the lawyer representing Aryan Khan in Bombay High court described Shah Rukh Khan’s state and said that he was restless to meet his son and couldn’t even eat proper food when Aryan was in Jail. Mukul Rohatgi also said that SRK was only drinking coffee and was very scared too.  Along with this former Attorney General of India also said that from past 2-3 days he was very tensed and restless.

But after Aryan got bail, Rohatgi said that there was relief and relaxation on his face and his eyes had tears of happiness. 

Bail to Aryan and others

Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha finally were relieved as they were granted bail by Bombay High Court in the Mumbai Cruise Drug Case on Friday, October 28. As SRK’s birthday is approaching, the bail granted to Aryan can be considered as an advanced birthday gift for the superstar and Aryan will be able to celebrate his father’s birthday and Diwali in Mannat. 

The Mumbai Drug Bust case

Aryan Khan,Munmum Dhamecha and Arbaaz Merchant were in Arthur Road Jail fro around 25 days after they were arrested on October 2 during a raid conducted on cruise ship at International Cruise Terminal, by the Narcotics Control Bureau under the leadership of NCB Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede. 



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