10 Drug Addict Bollywood Celebrities

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​The unique macho man of bollywood, His life mirrors the script of a Bollywood potboiler. Ameet Naik, a attorney representing the film's producers told reporters outside Mumbai's High Court Monday, that the court had permitted djjohal bollywood movies Udta Punjab," or Flying Punjab, to be released with only one reduce, which he said was to get rid of a scene in which one of the actors seems to urinate in front of a crowd.

A 2014 survey identified that around 230,000 Punjabis - mainly younger males - were addicted to some type of opium, while numerous academic scientific studies have proven that upward of 60 per cent of Punjabi youths endure some kind of drug addiction.

Even although Hindi filmdom has miles to go before it has a Cheech & Chong" (the drug-inspired, Grammy-winning comedy act by consisting of Richard Cheech" Marin and Tommy Chong, who identified a wide audience in the 1970s and 1980s) or Harold & Kumar (This was a series of stoner comedy movies starring John Cho (Harold) and Kal Penn (Kumar), but some tracks are becoming made in that path.

Although most of the people know that Sanjay Dutt was arrested by the cops and sent to jail for possession of arms that had been used in 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts, but there are only a few who know that in 1982, the actor was arrested for possession of drugs as nicely.

Searching at him — thick beard, dressed in beige Pathani suit, enjoying an oldish father — what I find slightly surreal is, as we talk, there is an additional actor (Ranbir Kapoor) who's strolling, speaking precisely like him, couple of minutes' away at Kamalistan studio in Jogeshwari, in which Dutt's biopic is concurrently becoming shot by director Rajkumar Hirani.

‘Udta Punjab' (Flying Punjab), directed by Abhishek Chaubey and launched last week, exhibits how a single of India's most prosperous states has been blighted by drug use, with corrupt politicians and police complicit in the trade that largely afflicts youthful males.

A report by the government of India states that drug addiction is increasingly turning into an area of concern as conventional moorings, social taboos, self-restraint and manage-discipline of the joint loved ones and community are gradually disappearing with urbanisation.

Aamir Khan, one of India's most bankable stars, mentioned the movie delivers a social message" and absolutely nothing must be cut, although Bollywood legend Amitabh Bachchan warned that a system that censored as an alternative of just provided classification could destroy creativity".

Actor Om Puri's wife Nandita Puri sets items in viewpoint, stating bluntly that spouses of numerous superstars take to drugs and have added-marital affairs when they can't cope with the reality that they no longer seem to have an identity of their personal.

(The police campaign has focused on those reduced-class consumers rather than peddlers, Kulkarni says, resulting in arrests of addicts who commit crimes.) Meow meow is a club drug, typically snortable but also swallowable, comparable much more to coke than ecstasy or MDMA but with a comedown to rival the latter's.