Aryan Khan return home nearly a month after his arrest in a drugs-on-cruise case

written by Ritika Nath | October 30, 2021

The Khan family is celebrating today, as Aryan Khan arrived in Mannat after being released from Arthur Road jail on Saturday morning.

Aryan Khan, the son of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, has been released from the Arthur Road Jail. He stepped out of the prison on October 30, 2021, after the Bombay High Court approved him and two others bail in the cruise party drugs case.

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On Friday, the Bombay High Court issued its operative order, imposing 14 bail conditions on Aryan Khan and his co-accused in the case, Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha, who were also granted bail, stipulating their release on a personal bond of 1 lakh each with one or two sureties of the same amount.

Juhi Chawla one of the Shah Rukh's near friend played a vital role in Aryan's release on Friday. The procedure was also necessary for the court to send release paperwork to Mumbai's Arthur Road Jail, where Aryan had been imprisoned for 25 days. Juhi Chawla has signed a Rs 1 lakh personal bond for Aryan Khan. It means she would be held legally liable if Aryan Khan failed to pay the money.

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The judge stated that he will issue a detailed bail order with reasons the following week.

Ravi Singh, SRK's bodyguard, had arrived at the jail to pick up Aryan Khan, who was immediately directed into the car.

While Mumbai Police set up barricades outside Arthur Road Jail, there was reportedly heavy traffic on the road.

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Meanwhile, outside Mannat, two men were seen holding a banner that read, "Welcome Home, Prince Aryan," and a photo of Shah Rukh Khan and his son. A pandit was also seen chanting the Hanuman Chalisa before Aryan arrived.

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On October 3, the NCB arrested Aryan Khan, Merchant, and Dhamecha and charged them with possession, consumption, sale/purchase of prohibited drugs, and conspiracy and abetment under relevant sections of the NDPS Act.

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