Too many people are saying too many things about the Mumbai cruise ship drugs case in which Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan was arrested last month, and granted bail after almost 28 days. Some of these people were reportedly directly involved while others claim they heard things from some or the other source. Now, the latest twist, or rather, an allegation, is being made by one Vijay Pagare, who is claiming to have been a part of the alleged pre-raid discussions. Pagare claims that a deal was struck with Shah Rukh Khan’s manager Pooja Dadlani for Rs 18 crore to release Aryan Khan but it had to be cancelled because of the whole Gosavi-Aryan selfie fiasco. Speaking about how the plan was allegedly made and what went wrong, Vijay Pagare told a leading daily that Sunil Patil, Manish Bhanushali, Kiran Gosavi and Sam D’Souza were involved in the deal. He revealed that the Rs 18 crore ‘deal’ got stuck due to Kiran Gosavi’s selfie with Aryan Khan that went viral. He further claimed that Gosavi received only Rs 50 lakh. Pagare then claimed that Bhanushali and Patil had a conversation when he was around where they were allegedly discussing that Gosavi had run away with the money. Pagare was quoted as saying to the leading daily, ‘Sunil Patil told me over the phone that everything got messed up because of Kiran Gosavi’s selfie’. Furthermore, he added: ‘On September 27, two rooms were booked in a hotel. Bhanushali and a girl came in one of the rooms at 7.30 pm. Me, Gosavi and Patil were in the other room. Bhanushali stayed in that room for two hours. While leaving, he came to our room and told Patil that a ‘big game’ has come in our hands.’ He then said and we quote, ‘The police have recorded my statement in this case. Whatever I have heard, I have told them. I think these people have implicated Aryan.’ Earlier, too, while speaking to ETimes, Vijay Pagare had shared a similar narrative. He had said, ‘I have reasons to believe that the raid was preplanned and Aryan Khan was framed in the drug case. The entire strategy was finalised on September 27, while the cruise ship was raided on October 2.’

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