Raj Kundra: Shilpa Shetty's Husband In Big Trouble, Bribing Charges May Be Lodged

When the Crime Branch team was taking Raj Kundra to Byculla Jail on Tuesday, he looked quite disheartened. During this, Raj Kundra did not even answer the questions. Raj Kundra could also face bribing charges.

By Harkirpal Singh, Updated : Jul 21, 2021 14:33 IST
Raj Kundra: Shilpa Shetty's Husband In Big Trouble, Bribing Charges May Be Lodged
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Actress Shilpa Shetty's husband and businessman Raj Kundra (Raj Kundra Case Update) has been sent to police custody till July 23 by the Esplanade Court in the case of making porn films. When the Crime Branch team was taking him to Byculla Jail on Tuesday, he looked quite disheartened. During this, Raj Kundra did not even answer the questions. Mumbai Police often keep the accused in Byculla itself and it is here that they are interrogated.

However, the question is arising that why did the police spend so much time after the first complaint was made in this case on 4 February. It is believed that soon Raj Kundra's complete business model is going to come out, which will also make it clear that how he was using bribes to hide his 'secret business'.

Therefore, the Mumbai Police had registered the first case in this entire matter on 4 February. In this case, a girl had reached Malvani police station in Mumbai itself and she had lodged a complaint about this pornography racket. In the complaint, the girl had told how some people are forcing girls to work in pornographic films in the name of getting work in films and OTT.

After this, the police raided a bungalow in the Malad West area, which was being rented by the businessmen for shooting porn films. In this raid, 11 people including a Bollywood actress were also arrested. It is believed that the police got clues about Raj Kundra and his porn company from here. However, the police were refraining from taking action without any concrete evidence.

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It has come to the fore in the investigation that Raj Kundra had invested 8 to 10 crores in the porn film industry. Raj Kundra and his brother living in Britain had formed a company named Kenrin and through that, all this was going on.

The videos of the films were shot in India and were sent to Kenrin via We Transfer (a file transfer service). According to the police, it has many information and evidence related to Raj Kundra and his dirty business. The police have a complete account of the statements of the victim girls, WhatsApp chats, movies on the app, and Raj Kundra's business of pornographic films.

The question is arising that to how Raj Kundra was able to keep this entire racket hidden for so long. According to police sources, such evidence has also been found that Raj was also spending money to keep his business hidden.

The investigation is going on that what kind of expenditure was this, whether this money was being given as bribe or whether these people were also partners in this business. Let us inform you that Ryan Tharp has also been sent to police custody along with Kundra and he can also take cover from many important things.

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Let us inform that Raj Kundra, after appearing in the court, clarified that he had sold the Hotshot app several days ago to an accused Pradeep Bakshi. He said that I had sold this company for $25,000 and now I do not have a stake in this company.

However, the police told the court that Raj was constantly dealing with pornographic videos through his app Hot-shot and was also associated with the company's people through WhatsApp chat. In this case, the names of Gehana Vashistha and Umesh Kamat have also come to the fore. The name of Raj Kundra was revealed only in the interrogation of these people. Poonam Pandey and Sherlyn Chopra have also accused Raj Kundra related to this. 

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