NCB official confirms recovering drugs from filmmaker Firoz Nadiadwala's residence - Times of India

Bollywood maker, Firoz Nadiadwala house was assaulted by the Narcotics Control Bureau on Sunday in association with a medications case. While the producer and his significant other are being examined by the office, a NCB official has affirmed recouping drugs from Firoz Nadiadwala’s habitation.

When reached, Sameer Wankhede of NCB affirmed the news and stated, “On Saturday, we conducted a major strike in Western Mumbai and Navi Mumbai where we recovered ganja in commercial quantity, Mephedrone and other different drugs. We also intercepted five peddlers and based on that we conducted and recovered some drugs today morning from his house which was supposed to be part of the same seizure.”

While Nadiadwala is at as of now being addressed at the NCB office in Mumbai, further examination for the situation is as yet going on. In the interim, the extraordinary NDPS court in Mumbai on Saturday dismissed actress Deepika Padukone’s previous director Karishma Prakash’s bail request in association with the supposed medications case to November 10.

In the interim, on the expert front, Firoz Nadiadwala has created a few blockbusters like ‘Welcome’, ‘Phir Hera Pheri’, ‘Awara Pagal Deewana’ and others.