Ever since the demise of Bollywood’s young and bright actor Sushant Singh Rajput, there is new scandal waiting to happen every day. What triggered off as a fierce debate on nepotism has now spiralled into a controversy around drugs use in Tinsel Town.
Recently, the NCB has summoned KWAN Agency CEO Dhruv Chitgopekar, who is also Jaya Saha's employer, to join the investigation in the drug-related matter in connection to Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case.
Now, as per a news report, the stakeholders of KWAN talent agency are under the scanner of the ED and reportedly, Salman Khan's firm owns a majority stake in the company.
After the news claiming Saman being the stakeholder surfaced, actor-producer Nikhil Dwivedi took to twitter and refuted the news. He tweeted, “This NEWS is FALSE, MALICIOUS & MISCHIEVOUS. No stake of any kind is owned by #SalmanKhan or by any of his associates in #Kwan. Such knowledge in today's times is easily available in the public domain & its deplorable tht a major News Channel can't verify as much. #Sad #Shameful”
For the uninitiated, Nikhil Dwivedi is an actor and producer. He started his career with My Name Is Anthony Gonsalves and has worked in movies such as Raavan,Shor in the City, Hate Story and more. He has produced movies like Veere Di Wedding and Dabangg 3, among many others.