Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan’s eldest child, Aryan Khan, is a superstar in his own right. In Karan Johar’s Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, where he played the youthful Shah Rukh, this 23-year-old star kid made his film debut. He was educated in London and dreams of a career in Bollywood.
On October 2, 2021, the star child made news when he was taken into custody by the NCB from a rave party aboard a ship sailing from Mumbai to Goa.
Despite the fact that no illegal substances were found on him. The National Crime Agency (NCA) detained him for interrogation and then obtained his detention until October 7, 2021, in order to gather more information on an international drug trafficking organization.
The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) recently made headlines after arresting Aryan Khan on suspicion of involvement in a drug case. However, the court later cleared the celebrity child of any wrongdoing in the case. On Thursday, Aryan went to court to ask for the release of his passport, which had been confiscated over the course of the lawsuit.
For those who don’t know, the NCB raided a cruise ship on which Aryan Khan and other well-known celebrities were guests and found evidence that linked him to a narcotics trafficking case. Upon his release from custody following a 20-day detention period, his passport was confiscated in accordance with the terms of his bail.
A charge sheet filed in May, however, did not include the name of the star child. The NCB later cleared Aryan and five other suspects owing to a lack of evidence.
According to PTI, Aryan Khan requested the return of his passport on Thursday, following his acquittal by the court. He did so with the assistance of his lawyers from the Desai Desai Carrimjee and Mulla firm. This is due to Khan’s motion, and on July 13, the court has ordered NCB to produce a response before the next hearing.
Meanwhile Madhavan’s directorial debut Rocketry: The Nambi Effect marks Shah Rukh Khan’s return to the big screen after a four-year absence from the silver screen. An appearance by the actor is in the film as a cameo. He most recently appeared in Zero with Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif in 2018.
After four long years, the actor’s admirers were ecstatic to see him return on television, and the celebratory spirit of the social media platform plainly reflected in the many tweets devoted to him. He’s “reminded us once again that the actor in Shah Rukh Khan still lives, as one of his fans put it.
Further, “Shah Rukh Khan’s cameo in Rocketry: The Nambi Effect reveals how profound his presence is regardless of the duration’s briefness.
Another tweet expressed similar sentiments, reading: The presence of Shah Rukh Khan can make anything appear a hundred times better! There’s a reason he’s king! I’m happy to see him back on the big screen. regardless of how long it takes.
a different perspective: Accept Shah Rukh Khan’s cameo appearance in Rocketry or die. The Nambi Effect is superior to the entire professional career of some persons.
Another SRK fan summarised his cameo thusly: A small part in a big show. With his little role, Shah Rukh Khan manages to evoke strong emotions in the viewer. When you see him in action, you can’t help but shed a tear or two since he is such a beautiful performer.
Even after a four-year hiatus, it clearly appears that Shah Rukh Kha has done the magic again even in the sad parts in the climax, another tweet said.
It was disclosed by Madhavan during the film’s advertising that neither SRK nor Suriya (who appeared in the Tamil version) was paid for their cameo appearances. PTI spoke to Madhavan, who said: “Not even Suriya or Khan Sahab charge any fee for the movie.
There was no payment for the caravans, outfits, or attendants that they provided. Suriya and his crew flew out to Mumbai on their own money to film in the city. He didn’t even charge for the flights or for the Tamil-language dialogue writer.”
Nambi Effect: Rocketry was released on Friday in Hindi, Malayalam, Telugu, and Kannada.