The news of Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh requests NCB to join Deepika during her interrogation has been surfacing from the morning. However, now the latest facts suggest that the previous headline is fake. There has been no request received by the NCB from the actor Ranveer Singh regarding joining his wife during the investigation.
After reports that Ranveer Singh has requested that he should be allowed to stay within NCB premises during questioning of Deepika Padukone on account of her anxiety issues, an official from the central agency has denied such a request. The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has clarified that it has not received any request, written or verbal, from actor Ranveer Singh to join actor and wife Deepika Padukone interrogation, scheduled for Saturday.
As per an India Today report quoting officials. “The last email received from the concerned summoned person is only regarding joining the investigation,” The officials said. This comes after a report claimed Ranveer requested to accompany Deepika as she has panic attacks sometimes.
Ranveer Singh requests NCB to join Deepika:
Deepika arrived in Mumbai from Goa on Thursday, September 24. Deepika was shooting for Shakun Batra’s next with Ananya Panday and Siddhant Chaturvedi in Goa. The actress was seen arriving in Mumbai with her husband, Ranveer Singh beside her. She has returned for the latter’s interrogation on Saturday, September 26.
A Republic TV , quoting a source, had earlier said that Ranveer has applied the NCB, stating that Deepika sometimes suffers from anxiety and panic attacks. Hence, he should be granted permission to be with her. The application added him as saying that as he is a ‘law-abiding citizen’; He understood that he couldn’t be present during her questioning session. But had requested to be present in the NCB office.
However, it is now clarified by the authority that Ranveer Singh requests NCB to join Deepika is false. Tell us what are your thoughts on the news above through the comments. Stay tuned to Bollywood Hush for more news and updates.