‘Stop It’: Arbaaz Merchant Facepalms As Dad Makes Him Pose At NCB Office; Paps Laugh, Watch Video

Aryan Khan and Arbaaz Merchant made their weekly appearance before the NCB on Friday. Watch videos here.

Arbaaz Merchant, Aryan Khan at NCB Office
‘Stop It’: Arbaaz Merchant Facepalms As Dad Makes Him Pose At NCB Office; Paps Laugh, Watch Video

Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan and his friend Arbaaz Merchant appeared before the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Friday to mark their attendance. The two are out on bail in the drugs-on-cruise case. Also Read-12 Bollywood and TV Celebs Who Were CAUGHT Kissing In Public!

Earlier this month, Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan along with Arbaaz Merchant and others were arrested in a drug raid case. The controversy remained one of the most talked-about news, the whole month. After so many days, Aryan, Arbaaz, and Munmun Dhamecha were granted bail but with conditions. Among the conditions, one was that they have to appear every week for attendance at the NCB office. They have kept the promise and were seen at the NCB office every week. Also Read-Bollywood Stars And Their Bizarrely Funny Habits That Will Amaze You!

But today, a funny incident happened with Arbaaz Merchant when he was leaving the NCB office. The video has gone viral on social media and is trending also.

In a video shared online, Arbaaz’s father Aslam Merchant could be seen trying to make him pose for the paparazzi while they were exiting the NCB office. As Aslam held him close and smiled for the cameras, Arbaaz facepalmed and said, “Stop it, dad,” leaving the photographers in splits. He then walked off and entered his car.

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Another video showed Aryan paying no heed to the paparazzi and walking straight inside the NCB office without stopping to pose.

On October 3, Aryan and Arbaaz were arrested, along with six others, after a raid at an alleged rave party on a Goa-bound cruise ship. After spending more than three weeks at the Arthur Road jail, they were granted bail in the case by the Bombay High Court on a personal bond of ₹1 lakh each. As per the conditions of their bail order, they have been appearing before the NCB every week.



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