Actor Shakti Kapoor’s son detained in Bangalore for drug addiction



Bollywood actor Siddhanth Kapoor has been arrested for taking drugs at a rave party at a hotel in the city, police said on Monday.

“Bollywood actor Shakti Kapoor’s son Siddhant Kapoor is confirmed to have taken drugs. He tested positive for drug use in the blood test report. Therefore, he was brought to the Ulsoor Police Station,” Deputy Commissioner of Police Dr Bheemashankar S Guled told reporters. .

Police say the rave party was taking place at a posh hotel in MG Road on Sunday evening when a police team raided the scene and arrested them.

Besides Kapoor, five other people were arrested, police sources said.

Police had uncovered drug abuse in a section of Kannada’s film industry in 2020. They then arrested actors Ragini Dwivedi and Sanjjanaa Galrani and former minister Jeevaraj Alva’s son, Aditya Alva.

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