Mumbai session court on Wednesday allowed actress Rhea Chakraborty – – an accused in a drugs case connected with the demise of actor Sushant Singh Rajput – to travel to Abu Dhabi for 4 days to attend the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards. In a statement on Thursday, Rhea said that she can not travel as she has a lookout notice against her, which was issued by an agency.
On Wednesday, the court ordered to hand over Rhea’s passport to her and allowed her to travel to Abu Dhabi from June 2 to 5. Riya’s lawyer had appealed to the court that the actress needed to travel to Abu Dhabi for IIFA 2022, for which she should be given her passport. The court accepted the application and directed them to hand over her passport. She was arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in the drugs case and her passport was also deposited.
On Thursday, Rhea filed an application, in which she said that she would rather not get her passport or travel abroad because of a lookout notice that has been filed against her by an agency. As indicated by a report by Free Press Journal, the court then, at that point, passed an order that her passport should not be returned to her.