Bollywood actor Armaan Kohli, arrested in a drug case, has been placed in judicial custody for 14 days by a Mumbai court. After his arrest, the NDPS special court sent Armaan into NCB custody, which expired on September 1. Armaan was arrested by the Office of Narcotics Control on August 28 under the NDPS Act. Before his arrest, NCB raided Armaan’s home.
Armaan was brought to court by the NCB on Wednesday, after which the court sent him into judicial custody for 14 days. After his arrest on August 28, Armaan was presented by the NCB in a special NDPS court, from where he was sent to one-day custody. On Monday, the NCB had demanded increased custody while it presented them both in court. The NCB argued that they had found more than one gram of cocaine in the actor’s home and needed to keep both of them in custody for questioning.
It should be noted that Kohli was arrested for the first time after the raid, but was later arrested by the OCN in accordance with the relevant rules for possession of small amounts of drugs. They are also charged with illegally funding and providing protection to defendants under the NDPS Act.
Mumbai court sends actor Armaan Kohli to 14-day judicial custody
He was arrested after the drug seizure at his residence in Mumbai.
Armaan Kohli has participated in Bigg Boss
Armaan Kohli is the son of well known Bollywood producer and director Rajkumar Kohli. Armaan began his movie breakthroughs as a lead actor with the 1992 film Viroti. Armaan’s acting career was not very good, however.
Among his most memorable films is 2002’s Jaani Dushman – Ek Anokhi Kahani, a remake of the 1976 hit Naagin, directed by his father. The film starred Sunny Deol, Akshay Kumar, Suniel Shetty, Sharad Kapoor, and Sonu Nigam in the lead roles, while Armaan and Manisha Koirala were in the roles of Naag Naagin.
Armaan also participated in Bigg Boss and his relationship with Kajol’s sister Tanisha was very popular. Armaan was last seen with Salman Khan in Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, which premiered in 2015.