SRK’s Whatsapp chat with Sameer Wankhede over Aryan Khan’s arrest leaked

Azha Khan



Superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s alleged Whatsapp conversation with former zonal director of Mumbai Narcotics Control Bureau Sameer Wankhede, have been leaked. This was during SRK’s son, Aryan Khan’s arrest last year.

Screenshots of the chat have been shared by ‘Free Press Journal’, in which Khan’s repeated messages are left unanswered by Wankhede. In one message, Khan is seen asking, “Sameer sahib may I speak with you for a minute please. Regards shah rukh khan. I know this is officially inappropriate and maybe outright wrong but once as a father if I can speak with you. please. Love srk.”

“Can’t thank you enough for all the thoughts and personal insights you gave to me about my own. I will make sure that he turns out to be someone that you and I are both proud of. This incident will prove to be a turning point in his life I promise, in a good way. This country needs honest and hardworking young people to take it forward. You and I have done our PARTS THE NEXT GENERATION HAS TO FOLLOW and it’s in our hands to mould them for the future. Thank you once again for your kindness and support . Love SRK,” Khan added.

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Khan also promised Wankhede that Aryan will turn out to be a good man in the future. “I am going by what you said….I hope you feel my son has had the lesson you felt he should have had and henceforth he is able to build his life to be an upright hardworking young man towards a bright future. Thanks for all your kindness and care. ( sorry it’s a late night message and I hope I am not disturbing you….but I was awake….naturally as a father ) Love srk. Sameer also said, ”Shahrukh he has been a good kid all the while and hope that he will for sure now be reformed a so enough counselled by me Hard days will be over soon.”

Khan, who was arrested and spent about a month in jail, has been exonerated from this case by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) last year after a special investigation team (SIT) of the agency probed the raids afresh and said there was no evidence of wrongdoing against him.