Shah Rukh Khan shares first Instagram post since son Aryan’s bail. King is back, say fans

King of Romance is back

Actor Shah Rukh Khan marks his return to Instagram after four months. The actor’s last post was on September 19 from Lord Ganesha, and today he shared a commercial featuring him and Gauri Khan. Last year, Shah Rukh had gone through a difficult phase, the arrest of his eldest son Aryan Khan in a drug case affected his personal and professional life. However, when the court granted Aryan bail, Shah Rukh returned to work and that made him happy.

Actor Shahrukh khaan aaj achanak se netizens ke pass wapas aa gaye isse unke fans bhut khush hai. Aur dil khol kr fans shahrukh khan ka swagat kr rhe hai. Aryan Khan ke drugs case me fasne ke bad itne dino bad sahrukh Khan internet pr wapas aaye hai. Ye mauka hai unke hundai motors ke ambesader banne ka.

Following his son Aryan Khan’s imprisonment in the drugs case in December of last year, Shah Rukh made his first internet appearance. The virtual presence was for a car company’s function. In the video, the actor praised the organisation. For long years, SRK has been affiliated with the organisation. He is seen wearing a round-neck T-shirt and a blazer with his hair tied up in the photos that went viral. We’re not sure whether the video depicted a real dialogue or a pre-recorded message.


Aryan Khan was detained and later arrested by the NCB following a drugs bust on a cruise ship. Aryan was granted bail on October 28, and he finally came home after completing all the paperwork on October 30. As per the conditions of his bail, Aryan Khan has been attending the NCB office every Friday. However, he recently filed a plea for modification of the bail conditions. The reason cited for removing the condition is that whenever he reaches the NCB office there is a large media presence and he has to be accosted by policemen while going in and out of the office. His plea was accepted and he is no longer appearing before the NCB every Friday.


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