Dalip tahil son Dhruv arrested in Drug case

Dhruv Tahil, the son of veteran actor Dalip Tahil, was arrested for son alleged involvement in a drug case.

The anti-narcotics cell of Mumbai Police crime branch stopped Dhruv on Wednesday 5 May 2021.

the arrest came due to the fact that Dhruv allegedly procured drugs.

The Bandra Unit of ANC arrested Dhruv after investigation revealed his WhatsApp talks with a drug dealer.

the dealer, identified as Muzammil Abdul Rahman Shaikh, was also arrested by the ANC with 35 grams of mephedrone.

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The ANC reserved it under the Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS).

Dhruv was also arrested under NDPS law.

During the investigation of Dhruv Tahil, he came to light that he and Shaikh had been in contact since 2019.

According to their WhatsApp chats, Dhruv contacted him to get drugs.

He also allegedly transferred money at Shaikh bank minimum count of six times.

According to a official, an ANC team headed by the deputy commissioner of Datta Nalawade police are carrying out further investigations.

Dhruv appeared in search on Thursday, May 6, 2021. It is currently inmate at Bandra crime plugged.

Dalip Tahil was approached about son probe arrest. However, when asked by Time of India, the veteran the actor said he wouldn’t talk on the subject, saying:

“I do not want at comment at present. “

It was only recently that Tahil presented son son on son Instagram.

His image, posted on March 12, 2021 is captioned: Mon son Aspiring actor from Dhruv.

Dhruv Tahil’s arrest comes after reacting to criticism against Bollywood drugs problem in 2020.

He also commented on Remarks by Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut on the object.

Talk to Hindustan Times in 2020, shortly after the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, Dhruv said:

“It’s a malaise that has engulfed our lives. So you can’t just finger pointing Bollywood.

“What began to become justice for the tragic death of an actor turns into a circus.

“Before her (Kangana) passes judgment personnel on her colleagues, it should also get tested herself.

“There’s a lot more event in big companies, media, or people are handled, exploited and even dispensed off.

“Let’s talk about it too?”

After the shocking death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput in June 2020, the Narcotics Control Bureau of India (NCB) has continuously investigated cases of drug connection.

Many celebrities faced issues, including Arjun Rampal, Bharti Singh and Rhea Chakraborty.

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