NCB recovers drugs from Bollywood actor and former Bigg Boss contestant Armaan Kohli’s Mumbai residence

Known Bollywood actor and contestant in Bigg Boss season 7, Armaan Kohli’s Mumbai house raided by NCB, recovers drugs.

Recently Bollywood actor Armaan Kohli’s house in Mumbai was raided by NCB. The NCB revealed that they had discovered drugs from the actor’s house during the six hours raid. Currently, Armaan has been taken to NCB’s office for further investigation. The raid did not happen suddenly but it was due to Armaan’s connection with a drug smuggling case. According to NCB, the raid took under the operation, Rolling Thunder’ in which they are chasing drug peddlers across the city. Till now, Rolling Thunder has caused arrest of seven Indian citizens including TV actor Gaurav Dixit and two Nigerians.

The news was released by news agency ANI on their Twitter handle where they wrote, “Drugs were recovered during the NCB raid at actor Armaan Kohli’s residence in Mumbai. The actor will now be questioned in the agency’s office: NCB”

Let’s look at ANI’s tweet:

This is not the first time that any Bollywood actor has been taken in custody relating to drug trafficking. Last year top actors of Bollywood actors like Sara Ali Khan, Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor and Rakul Preet Singh after Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide. In fact, Rakul Preet Singh has also been summoned by Telangana Excise Department along with South Actor, Ravi Teja and Rana Daggubati in a drug peddling case.

The raid troubled Armaan Kohli as media people hurled outside his house. Earlier he was disturbed by the false reporting of media when they called their tweet “desperate” against Salman Khan. One user asked him to cool down whom he replied, ““Basit brother ab mood nahi hai yaar, dimag kharab kar diya (now I am not in the mood anymore, I am annoyed), these new generation of press do not know how to talk and what to write, 90s had the best press,”

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