‘Hard times don’t last, tough people do…’: Celebrities react as Aaryan Khan gets cleared in drug case

It’s definitely a time for celebration in Mannat as Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan’s eldest son, Aaryan Khan, got a clear note from the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in the drug case on a cruise, seven months after being released on bail. The 24-year-old was arrested while on a cruise in Mumbai for drug trafficking and drug use.

As the NCB dropped the case against the child star, celebrities like Pooja Bhatt, Ram Gopal Varma and others took to Twitter to slam the drug enforcement agency for their investigation.

Searching for Sameer Wankhede, who led the initial investigation into the drug case, actor-filmmaker Pooja Bhatt tweeted: “Sameer who? Um sorry, where? Ah! Probably very busy being a virtuous and publicity-shy officer elsewhere? So much mess to clean up after all. And who better than the least corrupt of all to heal society of all evil and rot. Except for this time, no selfies allowed. #truth prevails (sic).

His second tweet read, “Hard times don’t last. Tough people do. Time heals all wounds. Time also hurts all heels (sic).

Renowned filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma also tweeted about the ineffectiveness of various investigative bodies. “The only good thing that happened in the Aryan Khan case is that he is the son of a celebrity @iamsrk, it helped expose widely the inefficiency and recklessness of various agencies submitting innocent people to harassment that ordinary people otherwise cannot and won’t be aware of,” he tweeted.

Renowned fashion photographer and film producer Atul Kasbekar has heavily criticized parts of the media for their insensitive coverage of the case. “Now that there is a full memo for Aryan Khan by all relevant government agencies…I guess there is no apology or soul-searching from all the media crucifying the child in this fragile affair? Too much to hope for good grace,” he tweeted.

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