NCB officials claim, ‘No tampering found with Karan Johar’s 2019 video

The viral party video of Karan Johar which also involved Vicky Kaushal. Shahid Kapoor and Ranbir Kapoor have been proven to be authentic by forensics.

As the relation of Bollywood celebs and drugs has come into question, another revelation has come forward. According to a Zee News report, the viral video of a party organized by Karan Johar in 2019 has been proven to be authentic by the forensics. The video had raised several questions over drug consumption at the party which specifically also involved Vicky Kaushal and Ranbir Kapoor. The NCB will now decide the following course of action.

Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa had filed a complaint with the NCB over the viral party video. He had tweeted images of his formal complaint, saying, “I met Sh. Rakesh Asthana, Chief of @narcoticsbureau at BSF headquarter, Delhi regarding submission of complaint about investigation & action against film Producer @karanjohar & others for organizing drug party at his residence in Mumbai That party video must be investigated into!”

Check out the tweet:

The party video which is under scanner involves Deepika Padukone, Shakun Batra, Malaika Arora, Arjun Kapoor, Shahid Kapoor, Varun Dhawan, Zoya Akhtar, Vicky Kaushal, Ayan Mukerji, and Ranbir Kapoor among others.

Recently, on 25th September, Karan Johar had released a statement on his official social media handles climbing all allegations against him were false. The statement read: “Certain news channels, print/ electronic media and social media platform(s) are wrongly and misleadingly reporting that narcotics were consumed at a party that I, Karan Johar hosted on July 28, 2019, at my residence. I had already clarified my position way back in 2019 that the allegations were false.” The director further added, “In view of the current malicious campaign, I am reiterating that the allegations are completely baseless and false. No narcotics substance was consumed in the party.”

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