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|May 5, 2001||
Fardeen Khan picked by Narcotics Control Bureau
Rediff Entertainment Bureau
Film star Fardeen Khan was picked up by the Narcotics Control Bureau at 0300 hours on Saturday. He was interrogated later by NCB officers after he was allegedly found in possession of cocaine.
The star of Prem Agaan, Jungle and last week's Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya was picked up from a restaurant in Bandra, suburban Bombay.
Deputy Commissioner of Police Bipin Bihari from the Bombay police's narcotics cell told rediff.com, "He was picked up by the NCB on some charge. We are unaware about the details."
Fardeen, Bollywood veteran Feroz Khan's only son, will be taken to the government-run JJ Hospital for a blood test on Saturday afternoon. Feroz Khan told reporters outside the NCB office a short while ago, "There is nothing to it."
When a person is caught with drugs, NCB officials told rediff.com, it is mandatory to conduct a blood test to establish if the individual had consumed the drug, besides the narcotics found in her/his possession.
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