Shatrughan Sinha slams celebs on the pretext of Aryan Khan, 'Everybody in this industry is an artist'
Slowly but surely, many celebs have now come in support of King Khan in the drugs case of Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan. Initially, there was no reaction from the film industry regarding this matter, but now celebs are openly supporting Shah's stand and denying Aryan Khan's bail plea repeatedly. Recently Bollywood actor and politician Shatrughan Sinha has supported King Khan. Talking to ETimes, the actor said, 'This industry is a bunch of scared people, they are all Godi artists'.
Shatrughan said, 'No one wants to come forward, everyone thinks that the other has a problem and he should deal with it. They want the man to fight his own battle. This industry is a bunch of scared people, they are all godi artists'. When asked whether Shah Rukh was being targeted because of his religion? The actor replied, 'We cannot say that religion is being used here, but some people have made it an issue too which is not correct in any way. Whoever is Indian here, his son is also Indian. According to our constitution, we are all equal. Yes Aryan is being targeted, the reason for this is definitely Shah Rukh Khan. The other two people also arrested, Munmun Dhamecha and Arbaaz Merchant, but no one is talking about them, last time this happened with Deepika Padukone, while other people were also questioned, but everyone's focus was the same.
'We all know that drugs have not been recovered from Aryan, nor have any objectionable material been found from him. Even if he was found, the maximum punishment is only one year, but nothing like this happened in this case either. This time he has Aryan Khan to play as he is Shah Rukh Khan's son. Let us tell you that today is a very important day for Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan, today Aryan's bail petition is to be heard again today. Aryan's bail plea has been rejected thrice in the past. Earlier on October 8, the hearing on the bail was postponed, after which the court had given the date of October 13 i.e. today.