Arsh Khan, who garnered fame with Bigg Boss 11, has once again targeted Kangana Ranaut as once again she questioned NCB that why didn’t they questioned the ‘Queen’ actress when she had openly admitted of being a drug addict earlier.
Talking to E Times, Arshi said, “It is not just Bollywood, but a lot of other places across the country have very easy access to drugs. For example, so many paan shops sell rolling paper – why? Premium CBD oil is easily available in online stores.
“So, instead of just implicating the actors from Bollywood, the law and media must equally question anyone who was or is involved in buying, selling or consumption of drugs,” she added.
Targeting Kangana Ranaut, she added, “Kangana has openly admitted to being a drug addict and of being injected with drugs by a top Bollywood member. Why isn’t she being summoned or questioned about what drugs she took, how much and who provided them to her? Deepika’s chats are also from 2017. What if she too says she used to be a drug addict and now she’s not? What’s the connection and why is the country treating these two actresses differently? Are we after drugs or actresses? Fact remains that if one criminal exposes ten others, they still remain guilty of a crime.”
Suggesting what measures should the government take to end this drug cycle, Arshi asserted, “I believe that just like sports, where all members go through stringent drug tests before a match, the entertainment industry can also adopt the same practice before a film shoot begins. Everyone from the main star cast, production unit to spot boys should undergo a stringent drug test. Testing hair follicles can reveal if you’ve consumed drugs in the past 6-9 months. We have a censor board to censor words, we can certainly have a drugs committee to ensure that stars remain clean in order to have a successful career in the Indian film industry.”