Gauri Khan breaks silence on son Aryan's arrest
Gauri Khan breaks silence on son Aryan's arrest: Said - Nothing can be worse than the phase we have gone through
Gauri Khan has recently appeared in Karan Johar's chat show Koffee with Karan after 17 years. Gauri reached the show with her best friends Bhavna Pandey and Maheep Kapoor. During this, Gauri has broken the silence for the first time on the arrest of son Aryan Khan in the drug case. Gauri told that it has been a very difficult time for her family. He also said that those who have helped him are thankful to him.
In the chat show, Karan asked Gauri, while talking indirectly about the case, "It must have been very difficult for Aryan and you all stood firmly together. As a mother, I can understand you. We are all Members of the same family and I am also a member of the same family. It must not have been easy at all and Gauri you have emerged stronger than ever. What do you have to say about handling such difficult situations when the family is in trouble? Is?"
After this Gauri spoke for the first time about Aryan Khan's arrest, "Nothing can be worse than the phase we have gone through. But we are in a good space as a family. Everyone is loving us. All our friends And people we don't even know have supported us. I feel blessed for so many love and messages. I will always be thankful to all those who have helped us."
Aryan was arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in October 2021 on charges of consuming drugs from a cruise ship off the Mumbai Coast. Aryan was kept in 26-day police custody, during which he was also sent to Arthur Road Jail. He was released on bail on 28 October due to a lack of concrete evidence against Aryan. Arbaaz Merchant, who was arrested in the drug case, testified that Aryan did not have drugs and that he had also forbidden Arbaaz from carrying the drug.
Aryan Khan has recently made a comeback on social media. He shared a picture with sister Suhana Khan and brother AbRam. Apart from this, he has also posted some photos of his photoshoot. Aryan Khan holds a degree in Fine Arts, Cinematic Arts and Television from the School of Cinematic Art, the University of Southern California in the US. Aryan has done his schooling in the United Kingdom and Mumbai.