Bollywood was recently embroiled in a controversy of epic proportions like never before when drug allegations, ensuing from the aftermath of Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, engulfed the industry in a vicelike claw, which saw several big names (ironically, mostly ladies), including Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor and Rakul Preet Singh being summoned by the Narcotics Central Bureau (NCB) for questioning. Other people related to the film industry who were also summoned include talent managers, agents, casting directors and assistant directors, among them being Deepika’s manager, Karishma Prakash, previously an employee of KWAN talent management agency. The latest we hear is that she has resigned from her position at KWAN with immediate effect.
According to the reports streaming in, Karishma Prakash has once again been summoned by the NCB, but has neither appeared before the agency on the stipulated date nor responded to the summons in any way. In fact, she’s nowhere to be found at the moment, and the NCB has deemed her as “untraceable”. In fact, after she failed to appear for a new round of questioning or respond to its summons, the NCB sent summons to Prakash’s mother and her owners as also her former colleagues at KWAN.
An NCB official was quoted by IANS saying, “It is true that Prakash has gone untraceable after being summoned for questioning.” However, soon after this development, another one took everybody by surprise. Apparently, Karishma Prakash has submitted her resignation papers to KWAN talent management agency with immediate effect, and later, a source from KWAN told Times Now that Karishma is no longer associated with KWAN as she resigned from the company on 21st October. “Her association with Deepika and few other actors was only as a KWAN employee. So naturally those associations would also be severed,” revealed the source.