Shakti Kapoor has responded to the detention of her son Siddhant Kapoor in a drug case

Author: Yuvi June 13, 2022

Shakti Kapoor reacts as son Siddhanth Kapoor is detained in drugs case, says ‘It’s not possible’


New Delhi: Siddhant Kapoor, son of veteran actor Shakti Kapoor, has been arrested by the police in connection with a drug racket at a party in Bangalore. Siddhant was tested for drug use and five others were arrested by police. Shakti Kapoor, responding to the news, said it was not possible. The veteran actor told ETimes, “I can only say one thing- it’s not possible”.

Shakti Kapoor shared that she knew through news channels that her son was in custody. He told News18, “I do not know anything. I woke up and my phone started ringing constantly. He was not arrested, but has been detained by police for drug use. I don’t think there was any possession. I have a lot of information coming out of the news, and I’m very worried about this news. “

Bangalore police arrived at the Park Hotel party after receiving a tip-off. They confirmed that Siddhant Kapoor was among the six people allegedly drugged. “Siddhant Kapoor has tested positive for drugs. He has been brought to Ulsoor police station,” said Dr Bhimashankar S., DCP, East Division, Bangalore. Cullet told ANI.

In 2020, Siddhant’s sister and actress Shraddha Kapoor was questioned by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCP) for drug use in connection with the murder case of Sushant Singh Rajput (SSR). In his testimony the actress revealed that she attended the SSR’s ‘Chichor’ victory ceremony at her Bhavana guest house, but denied all reports that she had consumed any kind of drugs.

Siddhant is an actor and professional assistant director and has acted in films like “Shootout at Wadala”, “Hasina Parker” and “Jaspa”. He was invited to the Bangalore party as a night DJ.

13 June, 2022, 1:52 pm

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