Aryan Khan case: Ethical hacker emerges, says he was offered Rs 5 lakh to obtain call data records of Shah Rukh Khan’s manager

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Published by Bhavya Shah on 28 Oct 2021

As the developments in Aryan Khan’s drug case keep piling in, some rather twisted ones have also come up. Recently, an ethical hacker has approached the police, claiming that he was offered a sum of Rs 5 lakh to obtain call records of superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s manager Pooja Dadlani’s call records and others as well.

As per a report, the hacker, identified as Manish Bhangale, has written a letter to the Mumbai Police Commissionerate, enlightening him about how two men named, Alok Jain and Shailesh Choudhary had approached him on October 6 and asked him to get them the call records of a few numbers, including that of Pooja Dadlani, in exchange for a sum of Rs 5 lakhs. Not only that, the men also asked him to provide a dummy SIM card in the name of Prabhakar Sail.

Bhangale refused the offer. However, after seeing Sail’s name crop up in the various news reports, he decided to inform the officials of this incident as he was approached to make a dummy SIM card in Sail’s name.

Among the other developments taking place, KP Gosavi, the alleged private investigator and an important witness in the case, was arrested by the Pune Police, as he had been absconding for a while.

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