NCB officer Sameer Wankhede who caught Aryan Khan in the drug case his wife Kranti Redkar is a Bollywood actress


NCB Director Sameer Wankhede with wife Kranti, NCB Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede and wife Kranti

NCB Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede and wife Kranti 


  • Sameer Wankhede is the Zonal Director of NCB.
  • Aryan Khan was detained in raid during drug party on cruise
  • NCB officer Sameer’s wife Kranti Redkar herself an actress

Mumbai: Aryan Khan’s arrest and the recent drug case revelations have shaken Bollywood in many ways. After the Sushant Singh Rajput, Rhea Chakraborty drug case, we are witnessing the bust of another drug racket. Amidst the NCB controversy, a lot has been said about Aryan and father Shah Rukh Khan. If reports are to be believed, the superstar has requested his friends from the industry to refrain from attending Mannat.

On the other hand, he reportedly requested the authorities to allow him to meet his son. The star kid is not getting any special treatment and is consuming the same food which is being given by the authorities. Meanwhile, an interesting thing has come out. The name of the NCB zonal director who raided the drug party on the cruise is Sameer Wankhede.

Sameer Wankhede’s wife is Kranti Redkar, herself an actress, who played a leading role in Ajay Devgn starrer Gangaajal (2003). Kranti has also been a part of many Marathi films like Redkar Jatra (2006), Karar (2017), No Entry Pudhe Dhoka Aahe (2012). She is currently an Influencer and also the owner of a fashion line.

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What an irony that the wife is trying to grab everyone’s attention by working in showbiz while her husband Sameer Wankhede is exposing the truth of Bollywood members! Meanwhile, Aryan Khan was not found to be intoxicated but was taken into custody for being involved in an alleged ‘international drug traffic’.

NCB’s custody regarding Aryan has been extended till 7 October by the court. Shahrukh Khan has appointed Satish Maneshinde as his son’s lawyer.

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