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Leading news channel Times Now has reported that Deepika Padukone is one of the A-listed Bollywood personalities involved in the drug case. According to the source, the leading actress has been identified as the D from the chats of Jaya Saha. In the chat, she is chatting with Karishma aka K who is an employee of KWAN Talent Management Agency.

Incidentally, Jaya Saha is the Talent Manager at KWAN. She came into limelight after her chats with Rhea Chakraborty related to the death probe of Sushant Singh Rajput surfaced during the investigation.

Deepika Padukone Allegedly Is Asking For Maal In This Retrieved Chat

As mentioned by the news source, in this chat the Mastani of Bollywood is asking for Maal to K means Karishma. The KWAN employee also says in the chat that she can arrange it for her through Amit. The name of Deepika flashes all through the chat. In the next chat, Deepika pleads Karishma to arrange the maal from Amit for her. Karishma replied that Amit is carrying it. Additionally, the actress asks in her next chat whether Amit has hash or not.

The revelations are all shocking. After Sara Ali Khan and Rakul Preet Singh's name came out earlier, many slammed the media for spreading fake news. However, later on, NCB confirmed that indeed Rhea Chakraborty has taken the names of these two actresses. Today yet another name of Shraddha Kapoor came out in connection with the drug case.

Reportedly, the NCB will soon summon these actresses for investigation. Earlier today, the authorities interrogated Jaya Saha for more than 6 hours. And during this interrogation, she has probably revealed some more names of Bollywood stars allegedly involved in drug use.

NCB has called Jaya Saha again tomorrow to continue with the interrogation. It should be noted that earlier a drug chat of Jaya and Rhea Chakraborty surfaced in which Jaya is telling Rhea about using CBD oil in the drink of Sushant Singh Rajput.

Also Read: Sushant Singh Rajput Death Case: Shraddha Kapoor, Sara Ali Khan To Be Summoned By NCB For Drug Probe

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