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Know the reality of Karan Johar's Viral Party

[Edited By: Gaurav]

Tuesday, 6th August , 2019 05:26 pm

Deepika Padukone, Ranbir Kapoor, Arjun Kapoor, Malaika Arora and other stars are not waiting for their evening at Karan Johar's residence to be a big problem. Saturday night, these actors as well as Shahid Kapoor, Varun Dhawan and Vicky Kaushal, among others, had fun at the house of KJo and a video of the evening was mounted by the filmmaker.

Manjinder Sirsa, a member of Shiromani Akali Dal, did not appreciate the video and claimed that they all seemed to be under the influence of drugs. After that, the husband of film producer Pooja Shetty, Milind Deora, expressed his support and tweeted that his wife was there and nothing of the sort happened. However, responding to Deora, Sirsa said that if they are truly innocent, they must pass a doping test and prove themselves.

Now, he took a step forward and asked an FIR to be registered against the actors. He wrote a letter to the Commissioner of Mumbai for the registration of the FIR.

Here are the contents of the letter:

“Respected Sir,  

With due regards, it is submitted as follows:

That this is in reference to a party hosted by Karan Johar and attended by Bollywood stars Deepika Padukone, Malaika Arora, Arjun Kapoor, Shahid Kapoor, Varun Dhawan and Vicky Kaushal among others (collectively referred to hereafter as actors or accused persons).

That a video is being circulated and shared in huge numbers on social media wherein the said party witnesses involvement of these stars wherein a powderlike substance was visible in the video and it was a "drug party" which indicates every likelihood that drugs have been brought, used and consumed in the said party. (The video is attached in form of a CD herewith for your ready reference)

That the present complaint is being filed seeking the registration of FIR for violations related to anti drug laws including offences under Indian Penal Code, Information Technology Act for making the said offensive video viral and specifically under The Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985.

That it is unfortunate to mention herein that the actors who are seen in the video also include those who have played main protagonist in the movie (namely Udta Punjab) depicting youth as drug addicts and intending to defame the youth of Punjab whereas the actors are now themselves in a video showing the "Drug Party". The fact also indicates how those who are part and parcel of defaming the state of Punjab or the youth themselves are involved in such activities promoting drugs and its consumption.”

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