Aryan Khan Arrest Case: NCB Officer Sameer Wankhede’s Wife And Marathi Actress Kranti Redkar Proud Of Her HusbandBollywood
The team lead by NCB officer Sameer Wankhede recently arrested the son of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan Aryan Khan for alleged possession of banned drugs and substance abuse. Sameer’s wife and Marathi actress Kranti Redkar shares her pride
The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) Mumbai Director Sameer Wankhede, recently busted a high-profile case, and his wife and Marathi actress Kranti Redkar said that she’s very proud of her husband. Sameer Wankhede recently caught the son of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan Aryan Khan for alleged possession of banned drugs and substance abuse.
In a recent interview, Kranti Redkar praised her husband Sameer Wankhede and was super proud talking about him. Talking about the officer’s cases, Kranti told that Sameer has always been a hard worker. However, his cases are grabbing the country’s attention because he is now dealing with drug cases related to Bollywood celebs. The Marathi star said that she respects the secrecy of his job and never asks her husband about his ongoing cases and operations. She said that he is not allowed to speak to his family about the cases and she gives him his space.
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Kranti said that she is proud that Sameer is sacrificing his personal life, kids, and family for the nation.
Kranti Redkar is a popular Marathi actress, best known for the hit song ‘Kombadi Palali’ from ‘Jatra’. Starring Bharat Jadhav and Kranti, it was composed by Ajay-Atul and was sung by Anand Shinde and Vaishali Samant, and Ajay Gogavale.
Apart from her performance in the dance number, Redkar has starred in films like ‘Gangaaal’, ‘Hyalagaad Re Tyalagaad’, ‘Sugar Salt Ani Prem’, ‘Kuni Ghar Deta Ka Ghar’ and more. She has also directed a movie titled ‘Kaakan’.
Cordelia Cruise ship was on its way to Goa at mid-sea. The NCB team was led by Sameer Wankhede who raided the rave party and also caught hold of illegal drugs. Eight persons including Aryan Khan were detained for questioning by the NCB allegedly in connection with the drug seizure on the cruise ship. A day ago, a Mumbai court ordered Aryan Khan, Arbaz Seth Merchantt, Munmun Dhamecha, and others to be remanded in NCB’s custody until October 7.