Hrithik Roshan lends support to Aryan Khan amid drug case; says ‘Life is a strange ride’
Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan openly supports Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan after he was arrested in the Mumbai cruise drugs case.
He wrote a heartfelt note for Aryan, extending his support in the latter’s tough times, ahead of his court hearing on the drugs case today.
Sharing a pic of Aryan on Instagram, Hrithik wrote, “My dear Aryan. Life is a strange ride. It’s great because it’s uncertain. It’s great cause it throws you curve balls, but God is kind. He gives only the toughest ones the toughest balls to play. You know you are chosen when amidst the chaos you can feel the pressure to hold your own. And I know you must feel it now. The anger, the confusion, the helplessness. Aaah, the very ingredients that are needed to burn the hero out from inside you. But be wary, those same ingredients could burn away the good stuff … the kindness, the compassion, the love. Allow yourself to burn, but just enough.. Mistakes, failings, victories, success … they're all the same if you know which parts to keep with you and which parts to throw away from the experience. But know, that You can grow better with them all. I’ve known you as a kid and I’ve known you as a man. Own it. Own everything you experience. They’re your gifts. Trust me. In time when you connect the dots … I promise you, It’s gonna make sense. Only if you have stared the devil in his eyes and kept your calm. Keep calm. Observe. These moments are the makers of your Tom. And Tom is going to have a brilliant sun shining. But for it, you must go thru the dark. Calm, still, owning your own. And trusting the light. Within. It’s always there. Love you man (sic).”
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Earlier, celebrities such as Hansal Mehta, Pooja Bhatt, Suniel Shetty, Mika Singh, and Sussanne Khan had also spoken up in favor of Shah Rukh Khan, and called the situation unfair for the ‘good kid’.
Aryan was arrested following an alleged drug bust by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on a cruise ship on October 3.