SRK’s Son Aryan Khan Walks Out of Arthur Road Jail, Watch

After 23 days of imprisonment due to the Mumbai Cruise Ship Drugs Case, Aryan Khan, the son of superstar Shah Rukh Khan was finally seen walking out of Mumbai’s Arthur Road Jail on Saturday (October 30, 2021) where he had been stationed. The Bombay High Court granted Aryan Khan bail along with Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha this week, which were checked by the jail authorities on Saturday morning and thus, proceeded with Aryan’s release.

Visuals were shared by ANI on Twitter saying, “Aryan Khan’s release procedure has been completed: Mumbai’s Arthur Road Jail officials”, to solidify the news of Aryan’s release. You can watch the visuals below.

Watch Aryan Khan, son of SRK walk out of jail below:

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Earlier today, SRK along with his team had left for Arthur Road Jail to pick up Shah Rukh’s son, Aryan post his release. Shah Rukh Khan’s bodyguard, Ravi had entered the jail to escort Aryan outside and shade him from the crowd created by media and fans. Reports as that Shah Rukh did not head to jail to pick up his son and the responsibility was solely carried out by the bodyguard. It is also reported that Shah Ruk is likely to book a stay at the Four Seasons Hotel after a discussion carried out with his legal team.

Meanwhile, the details of Aryan Khan’s bail is not as pretty as we’d like them to be. Certain conditions were applied to grant the star kid bail which includes submitting a sum of Rs. 1 Lakh and surrendering of his passport. Aryan is not allowed to contact th co-accused and needs to appear for a weekly visit at the NCB office and several other clauses were included in the bail granting procedure.

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