Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan along with others was arrested by NCB following a raid on a cruise ship off the Mumbai coast in connection with a drug bust case.
It has been almost 6 days since Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan’s elder son Aryan Khan has been lodged at Mumbai’s Arthur Road Jail. The 23-year-old was arrested in the cruise drugs bust case by the Narcotics Control Bureau and has now been sent to judicial custody along with the other accused. Under custody, Aryan was shifted to the Arthur Road jail’s quarantine cell last week.
Now, according to latest reports, the star kid is surviving on biscuits inside the jail. He has reportedly not been eating the food served to the other jail inmates. Aryan had reportedly brought with a few packets of biscuits and purchased bottles of water from the jail canteen.
According to a report in Bollywood Life, Aryan is also not drinking enough water in order to avoid using the jail washroom. For the unversed, for special allowance of home cooked food, court needs to grant permission. Earlier, a report in India Today revealed that there will be no special privileges for Aryan.
Aryan Khan will have a wake up call of 6 AM just like the other inmates. In terms of food, there will be no home-cooked food provision until the court approves. The star kid will adhere to the meal timings at the Arthur Road jail which means breakfast will be at 7 AM, lunch at 11 am and dinner will be served by 6 PM.
The Mumbai sessions court will continue hearing Aryan Khan’s bail plea today. The NCB opposed the bail plea on Wednesday while levelling serious charges of ‘illicit trafficking’ of drugs and conspiracy against SRK’s son.
Food in Arthur road jail
As per Times Now, The Arthur road prison authorities serve sheera-poha to inmates for breakfast. Lunch and dinner include chapati, sabzi, dal and rice.
The star couple-Shah Rukh and Gauri- are said to having sleepless nights with their son lodged in jail. The couple is avoiding stepping out of their lavish bungalow Mannat as well as avoiding media glare, the report quoted from an entertainment website as saying.
On October 2, the NCB raided the cruise ship and detained some passengers. After their questioning, Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Merchantt, Munmun Dhamecha, and five others were arrested on October 3. So far around 20 persons have been arrested by NCB in connection with the drug bust.