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Armaan Kohli gets bail from Bombay High Court, actor will come out of jail after 1 year in drugs case

Armaan Kohli Drugs Case: Armaan Kohli has got bail from the Bombay High Court after almost a year. The court has granted bail to the actor on a personal bond of Rs 1 lakh. Armaan was arrested last year on charges of possessing 1.2 grams of cocaine, when the court rejected the bail plea. Now after serving one year in jail, finally the actor got bail. The matter of Bollywood and drugs has once again come in the headlines.

The names of many big actors associated with Bollywood have appeared in the drugs racket. In this, there is also a name of famous actor Armaan Kohli. Armaan was in custody for the last one year for possession of drugs. Armaan Kohli had applied for his bail several times but the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Court (NDPS) rejected the bail plea every time. Now the Bombay High Court has allowed the bail application. The bail was found after simultaneously filling a personal bond of Rs.

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Armaan Kohli’s bail rejected several times
Let us inform that the Narcotics Control Bureau had raided Armaan Kohli’s house in Juhu on receiving the information. In this raid, 1.2 grams of cocaine was recovered in the team. After this action, the team took Armaan into custody for questioning. NCB produced the actor in court and Armaan was sent to NCB custody.

Bollywood actor Armaan has been in controversies
Armaan Kohli is an actor and son of film director Rajkumar Kohli. Armaan Kohli, who has worked in films like ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’ and ‘Jaani Dushman’, has also been a part of the famous reality show ‘Bigg Boss 7’. During this show, closeness was seen with Kajol’s younger sister Tanisha, but the angry nature actor had a lot of fight with Tanisha during the show. The 50-year-old actor has been in the news for more controversies than films.

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