After the drugs angle surfaced in Sushant Singh Rajput suicide case, the investigation is gaining momentum. Rhea Chakraborty and Showik Chakraborty have already been arrested in this case and Shruti Modi has reached the NCB office for questioning on Wednesday. Shruti Modi was summoned in this case. One member of NCB's team which was questioning Shruti Modi has been found COVID positive. In such a situation, further action will be taken in view of the protocol. Shruti will be interrogated by the NCB soon.
According to media reports, Rhea's drug chats with Jay Shah were also found by ED. Shruti Modi has been Rhea's manager. Jaya Shah is close to Sushant, Rhea and Showik. Jaya Shah had also admitted in the ED's inquiry that she not only used CBD oil herself, but she also advised Sushant to use CBD oil to relieve tension. The NCB has decided to clamp down these two. It is also being said that Sushant Singh Rajput committed suicide by hanging from a fan in his Mumbai flat on 14 June. Due to suspicion of murder, Sushant's family lodged an FIR, after which the Sushant suicide case is being investigated. The case is currently in the hands of the CBI and since the drugs angle has been added to it, the case has become more entangled.
The issue of drugs in Bollywood was raised in Parliament on Tuesday. On the one hand, while BJP MP from Gorakhpur, Ravi Kishan, talked about the prohibition of drugs in the industry and asked to issue a ban on it. On the other hand, Jaya Bachchan said that everyone is not the same in Bollywood and it is wrong to see everyone with the same eyes. She said Bollywood represents India at the international level.
Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha targeted Ravi Kishan about this and said that he should talk a little about Bhojpuri cinema too. Anubhav wrote in his tweet "I am very grateful to Ravi Kishan that he talked about Bollywood and drugs in Parliament. Talk a little about Bhojpuri film industry as well. For the past 30 years, this language and the art of dancing with obscenity that has been poisoned in an entire generation is also to be talked about".