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Aryan Khan to be counseled by Hrithik Roshan’s counselor after the arrest

Aryan Khan will be advised by a counselor after his arrest in a drug case in October recently.
Shah Rukh Khan’s child Aryan Khan is temporarily free from jail in the drugs-on-cruise matter. As a condition to his bail, Aryan has been denoting his week-by-week presence at the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) office in Mumbai. He needed to give up his identification also, so the 24-year-old needed to wait in Mumbai until further orders of the court.
In the interim, news has surfaced that after the capture embarrassment, which prompted his imprisonment for more than three weeks, Aryan will be guided by life mentor Arfeen Khan. Curiously, when entertainer Hrithik Roshan went through a separation with his ex Sussanne Khan, Arfeen guided him.

Prior, to the hour of Aryan’s capture, Hrithik has shown backing to the young fellow via online media.

A couple of days prior, the Bombay High Court, which allowed bail to Aryan and others in drugs case, decided that there was “no prima facie evidence” against Shah Rukh’s son and co-blamed Munmun Dhamecha and Arbaaz Merchant for charges relating to “conspiracy” and “common intent” for the situation held up after the cruise ship raids..

Aryan-Khan

Aryan-Khan,Arbaaz and Munmun

Conveying the itemized 14-page request, Justice Nitin Sambre of Bombay High Court said that thinking about the material welcomed on record by the NCB, the court has not seen as that at first sight, there was no certain proof against the charged triplet. It very well might be reviewed that Aryan, Munmun, and Arbaaz were conceded restrictive bail by the High Court on October 28 vide a talking request and the definite request was made accessible just at this point.
He further said that no drugs were seen as on Aryan, while the amount recuperated from Munmun and Arbaaz was ‘little’ under the NDPS Act.
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