For the record, Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor, Vicky Kaushal, Ranbir Kapoor, Arjun Kapoor, and Malaika Arora were among the stars spotted at the party, duly attested in the video, originally posted by host K.Jo himself, and snazzily caption “Saturday night anushavibes”.
It’s sad that only Sanjay Dutt’s name has come out in the open in this context, thanks to the actor’s biopic, ‘Sanju’, which elaborately depicted his drug phase along with his struggle.
“It was okay till egaanja’ was the in-thing, nowadays the industry maxim is if you don’t do coke, you ain’t cool,” says rapper Hard Kaur, adding: “Doing drugs has become a showoff factor. Cocaine, after all, is an expensive drug.”
Kaur states she is talking about “almost everybody I know… just everywhere”, and it includes “women and men”, she adds. “It’s like a gang versus gang thing. The ones that stay together snort together.”
“It’s almost like I can do what I want (because) I am a star. Apparently, you are supposed to have a sex, drugs and rock n’ roll’ lifestyle. I’m not a perfect person e you have seen me under the influence of alcohol, but I’m constantly aware of actors and models indulge in these things. Everyone does it,” she adds.
“The issue of drugs is a social problem. It is not connected to only the music of film industries. People from the world of sports also have a drug problems. In fact, the world of sports has a big problem with drugs. From what I have read, the major issue with drugs does not concern illegal drugs as much as it concerns pharmacy drugs. People are addicted to painkillers and cough syrups. That is the bigger issue you should talk of. People who take drugs don’t come from a specific sphere of life, and it doesn’t matter whether you are rich or poor, sportsmen or industrialist, music or actor or entrepreneur,” feels Chinapa.