Shakti Kapoor’s son Siddhanth Kapoor tests positive for drugs in a raid at an upmarket hotel in Bengaluru

Shakti Kapoor’s son Siddanth Kapoor tests positive for drugs

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The Park Hotel Bengaluru was raided by cops suspected of drug use at a party
  • Shakti Kapoor’s son Siddhanth Kapoor attended the party
  • Siddhanth was subjected to a drug test
After Aryan Khan, another starkid has come under the scanner in a drug case. According to reports, cops raided a high-end hotel in Bengaluru on the night of June 12. The Park Hotel Bengaluru was raided by cops suspected that drugs were being used at a party taking place there. Shakti Kapoor’s son, Siddhanth Kapoor, was present at the party.

According to reports, 35 people were subjected to drug tests, of which 5 results came back positive. Incidentally, some City B celebrities were also reportedly at the scene during the raids, but cops have yet to confirm identities.

However, reports suggest that Siddhanth Kapoor, who was at the party, was also tested for drugs and his results came back positive. Other reports are expected on the same subject.

According to ANI news agency, Bengaluru police said Siddhanth Kapoor was among 6 people who allegedly used drugs.

Notably, Siddhant has worked as an assistant director in films like Bhool BhulaiyaaChup Chup Ke among others. He also starred in movies Haseena ParkerChehre and Jazbaa.

The news comes days after Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan finally got a clean shot in the drug deal he was involved in.
Aryan was given more than eight months after he was arrested along with others in a drug bust on a cruise ship off Mumbai. The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has given Aryan Khan a free kick, due to the lack of “sufficient evidence” against him in the cruise drug case.
According to reports, the NCB also informed the Mumbai court that it failed to name Aryan, Gopal Anand, Avin Shhau, Samit Saighan, Bhaskar Aroda and Manav Singhal in the nearly 6,000-page indictment sheet in due to insufficient evidence.

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