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Alia is Cocaine, Kangana is Afeem. Wondering what’s this? Mumbai Police cracks down the underworld codes.

In the dark world of Mumbai, Bollywood celebrities have a hidden significance under their name. According to the fantastic revelation by…

By Administrator in Bollywood Gossips on January 2, 2017

In the dark world of Mumbai, Bollywood celebrities have a hidden significance under their name. According to the fantastic revelation by the Mumbai police, names of Bollywood actors and actress are used by the underworld people to refer to the selling, supplying drugs or business for peddling. The underworld had code words for all the commonplace things and that is not more in the use.

Thank you so much to the Bollywood film industry that we all are so familiar with the underworld code words like Khokha or Peeti which means 1 crore or 1 lakh. There are many words which are been used such as Supari wich means contract killing, Lambi means AK-47 and nine number ki chappal which means 9mm pistol.

Recently a report revealed that the Mumbai underworld uses names of Bollywood actors to strike drug dealing. Apparently, when ‘Sultan’ is used on a phone call it means that either the person is supplying drugs or organizing drugs. Initially, the Mumbai Police was puzzled on hearing the statement that ‘ Sultan is always late or Sultan proved a box office hit’ when said on the phone. But now the police has broken the underworld codes. The Mumbai underworld’s list of Bollywood names to connect with drugs include:

1. Alia Bhatt: Cocaine

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2. Kangana Ranaut: Afeem (opium)

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3. Katrina Kaif: Smack (heroin)

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4. Priyanka Chopra: LSD

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5. Anushka Sharma: Hashish (hash)

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6. Nargis Fakhri: Ecstasy

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The list doesn’t end here, Ranveer Singh is known as peddler and Ranbir Kapoor is known as Host and the Sultan Salman khan is know asKingpin, drug mafia in the dark side of Mumbai.

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