Shah Rukh Khan will he pray at the Siddhivinayak temple after the “homecoming” of Aryan Khan?


Aryan Khan, son of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, was released from Arthur Road prison after spending 22 days in central Mumbai after his arrest in a drug raid on an offshore cruise ship from the city. The 23-year-old, arrested on October 3 by the Narcotics Control Bureau (BNC), has been out of prison, his home ‘since October 8, at 11 a.m. and got into a waiting car, who reached his current home in Mannat suburb of Bandra shortly after 11:30 am.

Half an hour before Aryan was released, his father’s bodyguard got out of a white Range Rover car that was waiting outside the prison and stood near the door to the facility. He was seen talking to police stationed there. At around 11 a.m., the car slowly rolled past the prison gate and stopped to receive Aryan. A large media contingent was also present to cover Aryan’s release from prison. Outside the prison, fans and spectators cheering on Shah Rukh Khan and Aryan and trying to catch a glimpse of the superstar were disappointed as they couldn’t see the actor’s face and had to assume he was in the vehicle .

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Now it has emerged that Shah Rukh may soon be visiting Siddhivinayak Temple to offer prayers as a sign of gratitude. “SRK may soon visit Siddhivinayak Temple to offer prayers as his son Aryan Khan has finally been released from Arthur Road Prison. This is his way of expressing his gratitude to Ganpati Bappa, ”the insider with knowledge of the information told India Today.

Earlier, Shah Rukh shared a picture of Ganapati’s idol and puja at his home in Ganesh Chaturthi.

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We also learn that Shah Rukh, who stopped all his professional work after the arrest of his son, will not resume filming his next films until after Aryan’s 24th birthday, on November 13.

(With PTI inputs)

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