Actor Rhea Chakraborty is often seen sharing some cryptic posts on her Instagram that leaves everyone wondering if it relates to her past or to her life. Similarly, the Jalebi yet again shared a mysterious post that left many wonders if it is related to the Aryan Khan bail hearing. The post read, “Grow through what you go through” and it was shared on her Instagram stories exactly when superstar Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan’s Aryan Khan bail hearing was underway. 

Considering that she too has gone through multiple media trials and court hearings, it seems like Rhea is hinting at the same with her latest post. Rhea Chakraborty came under the radar when her late boyfriend and actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s father Krishna Kishore Singh lodged an FIR against her accusing her of abetment to suicide and in a money laundering case. She was even arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau but was granted bail after staying in custody for a month.

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Coming to the Aryan Khan drug case, the star kid was arrested by NCB on October 3 after procuring drugs from a cruise where he was a part. Khan’s lawyer argues that the allegation of illicit trafficking is inherently absurd. However, the bail was rejected earlier by the magistrate court, now, his hearing was conducted today at the high court. Now, the court has adjourned the hearing for tomorrow that is October 14. 

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Rhea Chakraborty Instagram story

Meanwhile, there were reports that Rhea was supposed to enter the Bigg Boss 15 house; however, she dismissed the rumours by saying, “I believe there are some rumours about me being a part of the TV show Bigg Boss, this is just to clarify that there is no truth to these rumours. I’m not a part of Bigg Boss. Love and Light. RC

Also read: Aryan Khan bail hearing: From No plans to consume to questioning the grounds of arrest; Arguments made by star kid’s counsel

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