Pooja Dadlani gave 50 lakhs to save Aryan

There have been some more revelations in the Cordelia Cruz drugs case.

Pooja Dadlani gave 50 lakhs to save Aryan
Pooja Dadlani gave 50 lakhs to save Aryan

Sam D'Souza, who came into the limelight from the case, claims that Pooja Dadlani gave money to Aryan Khan to save him from arrest. Sam told in an interview that Gosavi had conveyed this message to Pooja that Aryan has not found anything. He can help save them but the token amount is 50 lakhs. For this reason, Pooja had given Rs 50 lakh to KP Gosavi. When it is found that Kiran Gosavi is a cheat, Sam gets Pooja's money back. At the same time, he also said that Gosavi was only pretending to be in touch with NCB. NCB officers are not corrupt.

Prabhakar Sail took the name of Sam D'Souza. Drug case witness Prabhakar Sail made many sensational revelations in his affidavit. The name of businessman Sam D'Souza also came in this. Now Sam has told in an interview to ABP News that Shahrukh's manager Pooja Dadlani had given Rs 50 lakh to KP Gosavi. KP Gosavi is also a witness in the drug case. On coming to know about the reality of Gosavi, this money was returned to Pooja. Sam told that his role was to connect Pooja to Gosavi. For this, a person named Sunil Patil had called him. He was helping to understand that if he is innocent, then saving is a good deed

Sam told that KP Gosavi wanted to do the deal. He told that Aryan is innocent. If the drugs are not found with him, then he should be helped to get free. In return, a token amount of Rs 50 lakh was demanded. Sam said that he did not know Gosavi beforehand. He got a call from a person named Sunil Patil. He had said that there is some information related to the Cordelia ship and it was Sunil who got it connected to Gosavi.

Sam told that Gosavi had sought her help to get in contact with Pooja Dadlani as her hotelier group of friends was in touch with Pooja. According to reports, Sam also said that NCB officers are not corrupt. Told that Gosavi was only pretending to be in touch with Sameer Wankhede. By doing this he wanted to make a deal. For this, he had saved his own number in the name of NCB officer Sameer Wankhede so that it would appear that he is in touch with NCB. They were calling each other among themselves.