Bollywood actor Pankaj Tripathi has been made the brand ambassador of NCB by the Narcotics Control Bureau. Now you will hear Pankaj's voice in a message designed to stay away from drugs. When the NCB officers of Bihar contacted Pankaj Tripathi for the initiative, he quickly agreed and also recorded messages for the NCB.
After the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, when an inquiry was conducted to check the drug trade in Bollywood, it revealed big names. This brought great disgrace to this world. The NCB has now launched a campaign to make stars face to face to launch a campaign against drugs. Pankaj Tripathi is an actor who has expressed his views on many occasions and with all sincerity about the relevant matters of life and society. This time, the International Day of Drug Abuse, celebrated every year on June 26, and with a key message against illegal trafficking, has extended its support to The Narcotics Control Bureau.
The NCB Patna Zonal Unit contacted Pankaj to support them for this reason, given that Pankaj is a folk actor and is widely liked among fans of all ages. As an actor, Tripathi understands that his attitude and support for such important subjects mean a lot.