Siddhanth Kapoor’s Videos From The Alleged Rave Party In Bengaluru & Police Raid Goes Viral -Watch

Sidharth Kapoor’s video from an alleged rave party in Bengaluru goes Viral – View (Photo Credits – Twitter; Facebook)

After Aryan Khan last year, now Shakti Kapoor’s son and Shraddha Kapoor’s brother Siddhant Kapoor has been detained by the Bengaluru Police for allegedly taking drugs at a hotel. Now the video of the raid is going viral on social media. Scroll down to know more.

Reportedly, Kapoor was detained during a raid conducted by the Bengaluru Police at a rave party on Sunday night. He is one of six people who tested positive out of 35 people suspected of taking drugs.

Videos from ever since this shocking news came out Siddhant Kapoor are going viral. In one of the videos, the Kapoor descendant is seen handling the DJ console while people dance to the music. In another video, police is seen talking to people after raiding an alleged rave party.

Take a look at both the viral videos below:

Meanwhile, Siddhant Kapoor’s father and veteran actor Shakti Kapoor Reacting to the shocking news. During a conversation with ETimes, he was asked about his son being detained by the Bengaluru Police in a drug raid. He replied, “I can say only one thing – it is not possible”.

Later during an interview with Hindustan Times, the veteran actor said, “I am in Mumbai and I don’t know what is happening. I only came to know from news channels. So far all I know is that there are no arrests. And Siddhant has only been taken into custody.”

In the same conversation, Shakti Kapoor confirmed that Siddhant Kapoor is a DJ and plays at parties. He had gone to Bangalore in connection with work. Earlier, the name of Shraddha Kapoor had also surfaced during the CBI investigation into the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. The actress reportedly denied consuming illegal substances.

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