Ibrahim Ali Khan's cryptic post leaves fans wondering if it's about sister Sara Ali Khan's NCB interrogation

He shared an image where he could be seen lost in his thoughts

Ibrahim Ali Khan's cryptic post leaves fans wondering if it's about sister Sara Ali Khan's NCB interrogation

Ibrahim Ali Khan with sister Sara Ali Khan. Source: Sara Ali Khan/Instagram.

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, October 10

Ibrahim Ali Khan's latest post has caught social media's attention. 

Ibrahim's sister Sara Ali Khan was called in for questioning by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) for her alleged involvement in the Bollywood drug nexus last month. 

Post this incident, son of actors Saif Ali and Amrita Singh shared an image where he could be seen lost in his thoughts while relaxing at a swimming pool. 

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If you’re going through hell, keep going. - Winston Churchill

A post shared by Ibrahim Ali Khan (@iakpataudi) on

However, the caption has left his followers in question.   

The star kid quoted England’s Prime Minister Winston Churchill and wrote: “If you’re going through hell, keep going".

Several followers wondered if the caption indicated on how he has been feeling since his sister was summoned by the central investigation agency.  

His fans, however, were very supportive. 

One said: “Bro I know Sara didi will not take drugs.” While another fan said, “Lots of love to u n sara♥️ take care of yourselves”.

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