Aryan Khan, who spent 22 days in jail, has been taking drugs for 4 years


Aryan Khan, son of Shahrukh Khan, the King of Bollywood Industry, is celebrating his birthday today. Aryan was born on 13 November 1997 and is as stylish as his father. Girls are as much crazy about Aryan as his father. Aryan is studying at the University of South California. By the way, you will be surprised to know that Aryan’s name has been associated with many girls apart from Amitabh’s granddaughter at the age of 22. Yes, Aryan’s name first came up with Amitabh Bachchan’s granddaughter Navya Naveli Nanda when some pictures of him and Navya surfaced on social media.


However, Navya and Aryan are good friends and often hang out and party together. But many times the affair of both of them was also discussed in the pictures, although till now both of them have not said anything. Aryan is very fond of partying and has many pictures of him for which he is seen partying. Aryan Khan’s name has also been associated with a girl from London. He was seen having fun with a London girl at his graduation party and the pictures of the two went viral on social media. Aryan had come into the limelight some time back as well. In fact, he was caught by the NCB during a rave party and confessed to the NCB that he used to take drugs. He said that he takes drugs as a hobby.


He believed that he had been abusing drugs as an amateur for 4 years. That is, he has been consuming drugs since the age of 20. He also had to spend 22 days in jail in a drug case. Not many people know that Aryan Khan has made his Bollywood debut. In fact, he gave his voice to the role of Simba in the film ‘The Lion King’ and his voice was well-liked by Shahrukh’s fans.



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