Salman Khan Reportedly Owns Major Stake In KWAN Talent Agency That Employees Jaya Saha
Salman Khan reportedly owns a major stake in KWAN Talent Agency. It is the same talent agency that employees Jaya Saha and Karishma-the two prominent women summoned by NCB in the SSR drug case.
According to Times Now, top Bollywood stars have a stake in this particular agency. The Dabangg star‘s firm owns a major chunk of this agency. That is why now along with NCB, ED also is going to check the funding pattern of the agency.
Was Salman Khan Aware of Jaya Saha’s Involvement in Drug Deals?
Now the big question is whether Salman Khan was aware of the involvement of Jaya Saha and Karishma in drug deals. Jaya Saha is a high-ranking official at KWAN whereas Amit and Karishma are employees working under her.
Another question is after the involvement of Jaya Saha in drug deals came to light, did the superstar contact KWAN management and demand an explanation? After knowing about KWAN’s involvement in drugs will Salman withdraw his investment from the concerned agency?
Another big name in Bollywood Nikhil Dwivedi is also one of the directors at KWAN. Also, Varun Mathur who was also a director in Sushant Singh Rajput’s venture is also one of the directors at the agency.
Incidentally, the NCB is now connecting all this with Rhea Chakraborty because KWAN made two big transactions to the Jalebi actress.
That is why most probably NCB will summon the management of KWAN soon. And since it also includes Salman Khan and Nikhil Dwivedi most probably the NCB may also summon these Bollywood A-listers.
The news about Sara Ali Khan and Shraddha Kapoor’s involvement in drug deals rocked the Bollywood. Yesterday more names of Deepika Padukone and Namrata Shirodkar came forward which has ripped the entertainment industry apart.
The NCB has summoned Karishma, who is the manager of Deepika for interrogation. Summons for Deepika, Sara, and Shraddha are expected soon. Now the question is will the NCB summon Salman Khan?