The old SRK wouldn’t have kept quiet about his son’s arrest
In November 2015 - a year after Prime Minister Narendra Modi first came to power - Indian film superstar Shah Rukh Khan publicly stood up for a Muslim named Mohammed Akhlaq who was beaten to death by a Hindu mob. Yesterday (October 21), Khan visited his 23-year-old son Aryan in Mumbai's Arthur Road prison for the first time since his arrest in a drug case on October 3, during a raid on a cruise ship in Mumbai by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in Detained where the agency seized illegal drugs such as cocaine, cannabis and MDMA.
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