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Raveena Tandon thinks it’s ‘High time for clean up’ as big names come out in drugs probe

These few months have been out of a movie scene for the Hindi film industry. Sushant Singh Rajput’s mysterious death, the involvement of money, movie mafias, Nepotism, Drug angle, three federal agencies investigating the case, and now big names from the industry coming out in this drug angle, all these findings in the case surely are giving us all a head spin.

As if all this wasn’t enough, a new A-listed celebrity name surfaced in this drug case has taken the internet by storm and people were quick to start a campaign to ‘clean up’ this drug evil from not only the industry but from every sector of the country.

As we all know, the latest developments in drug angle linked to SSR’s case has seen several big celebrity names including; Sara Ali Khan, Rhea Chakraborty, Rakul Preet Singh, Shraddha Kapoor and now after last night, Bollywood’s top actress Deepika Padukone’s name has also surfaced in this on-going drug controversy. Opening up about this apparent drug abuse in Bollywood, Raveena Tandon took to her social media account to laud the move and said that it was high time for clean up and all suppliers, dealers, and users involved in drugs should be punished.

Raveena Tandon’s tweet read, “It was high time for clean up to happen. Very welcome! Will help our young/future generations. Start from here, surely, proceed to all sectors. Uproot it from its core. Punish the Guilty, users, the dealers/suppliers. The profiting Big Guys on the take, who give it a blind eye and ruin people.”

A while back, one of the prime accused in late actor’s death and his live-in partner, Rhea Chakraborty, had also given out a list of 15 celebrity names in her NCB questioning including many A-listed stars. To note, the ‘Jalebi’ actress is currently under NCB judicial custody as today on September 22 her third bail plea was also rejected by the court and her 14-days custody which was to end today was also extended till October 6 by the Bombay High Court.

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