Aryan Khan headed to the U.S. to further his filmmaking plans after clean chit from the NCB?

    Aryan Khan headed to the U.S. to further his filmmaking plans after clean chit from the NCB?

    Aryan Khan who plans to become a filmmaker soon is reportedly planning to head to the U.S.A to further his plans of directing his own web series soon.

    Aryan Khan headed to the U.S. to further his filmmaking plans after clean chit from the NCB?

    Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan has been given a clean chit by the Narcotics Control Bureau after a long investigation of the star kid’s involvement with drugs. Aryan who was detained by the NCB in October last year after a raid on the Cordelia Cruise Ship, was kept in judicial custody by the bureau for nearly a month before he was granted bail.

    On Friday, Aryan’s name was cleared as the NCB filed its charge sheet on the case and mentioned how there was no sufficient evidence against the star kid to prove that he’s was guilty to consuming or purchasing drugs.

    According to latest reports, Aryan whose travel outside India was restricted by the case, now plans to visit the U.S.A to pursue a course in filmmaking as he plans on debuting as a director soon enough. He is in fact, said to have pitched the idea for a web series to streaming giant Amazon Prime Video and apparently has plans to learn screen writing.

    The show will both be written and directed by Aryan who is reported to be very passionate about it. He is also said to have had a test shoot and have met with the production’s crew to have them all know the project well in preparation for when the project actually hits the floors.

    It hasn’t been cleared yet whether Amazon Prime Video has greenlit Aryan’s idea yet but looks like that hasn’t stopped Aryan from being fully prepared ahead of time.

    Aryan has graduated from the University of Southern California in 2020 where he studied filmmaking. The star kid will not be following his father’s footsteps and becoming an actor.

    Updated: May 28, 2022 12:06 PM IST