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Deepika Padukone’s Former Manager Karishma Prakash On NCB Radar

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Karishma Prakash, the former manager of actress Deepika Padukone, remains under investigation into a drug case by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) that arose as a result of the CBI investigation , ED and NCB on the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Now according to the Hindustan Times, talent management firm KWAN, which manages Deepika Padukone and other big Bollywood celebrities, said Karishma Prakash resigned from her post last month.

“Karishma Prakash tendered her resignation on October 21 with immediate effect and it was accepted. She no longer has anything to do with KWAN or any of the artists the agency represents, including Deepika Padukone. Ongoing investigations focus on Karishma Prakash as an individual. We would ask news houses and journalists to incorporate this fact into their reporting on this issue, ”read a statement from Vijay Subramaniam, co-founder and CEO of Kwan.

Prakash also filed for bail fearing an arrest by the BCN which informed a Mumbai court that it would not take any “coercive action” against her until November 7.

Prakash was questioned by the office in September and summoned again “to participate in the investigation” but did not show up. Mumbai police said Prakash was “nowhere to be found”.

However, Prakash showed up at the NCB office at Ballard Estate on Thursday at 11:55 a.m. and is being questioned for the second day in a row. On Wednesday, she was interrogated for nearly six hours.

“Her questioning could not be completed on Wednesday, so she is being questioned again today. His statement would also be recorded on Thursday, ”a NCB official told HT but refrained from disclosing details on the line of questioning.

According to the newspaper, the agency’s search of Prakash’s residence in Versova revealed 1.7 grams of hashish and three bottles of cannabidiol (CBD) oil.

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