Aryan Khan, the son of Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan, is scheduled to walk out of Arthur Road jail after obtaining bail from the Bombay High Court in the Mumbai Cruise Ship raid case. As Justice Sambre of the Bombay High Court revealed his decision on Thursday, Shah Rukh and Gauri’s fans, family, and friends were relieved to learn that Aryan had been granted bail. According to a recent article in India Today, Gauri had an emotional ‘breakdown’ when she learned about Aryan’s release, while SRK received calls from Akshay Kumar, Salman Khan, and Suniel Shetty.
According to India Today, a family member stood up and reported the scenes after Aryan was granted bail by the Bombay High Court three weeks after his detention. After the news emerged, Akshay Kumar, Salman Khan, and Suniel Shetty called Shah Rukh, according to the source. Gauri, on the other hand, reportedly sobbed when she read the text announcing Aryan’s bail, according to the source. According to the source, Gauri was on her knees, crying and praying when she learned that Aryan had been granted bail.
The close friend said, “RK got calls from everyone from Salman Khan, Suniel Shetty, Akshay Kumar. Gauri was heard crying on the phone to her friends Maheep Kapoor and Seema Khan, who have been with her daily on the phone giving support. Gauri broke down as soon as the text came in regarding the bail. She was in tears and was seen falling on her knees and praying. Suhana Khan spoke to Aryan’s friends in the US and UK and thanked them for their support in the last few weeks.”
Photos of Shah Rukh with his legal team, including lawyer Satish Maneshinde, went viral on social media after Aryan’s bail hearing. After his son was granted bail in the Mumbai Cruise Ship raid case, the actor was seen beaming joyously with his legal team. Outside Mannat, fans of the superstar gathered to celebrate Aryan’s release. After SRK’s son was granted bail, many fans lit fireworks and carried a banner reading “Welcome Home Prince Aryan Khan.” The Bombay High Court granted bail to Aryan, Arbaaz Merchant, and Munmun Dhamecha, among others. On October 7, the Sessions Court ordered them to be held in judicial custody. They had been held at Mumbai’s Arthur Road Jail since then.