Is Shilpa Shetty involved in Raj Kundra's pornography case? Mumbai Police reveal details
Shilpa Shetty's husband and businessman Raj Kundra was arrested by the Mumbai Police in a case involving pornographic films. The businessman is sent to police custody till July 23.
Clearing the air about wife Shilpa Shetty's involvement in Raj Kundra's pornography case. Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Milind Bharambe has finally revealed details in the light of the same.
Raj Kundra has been sent to police custody till July 23 in the creation and publishing of pornographic films. The Crime Branch of Mumbai Police arrested him for publishing porno films via some apps.
Joint Commissioner of police, Milind Bharambe, said that the police has not yet been able to find any active role of the actress. He revealed this in a press conference.
"Crime Branch Mumbai this February registered a case related to pornographic films. New actors were promised roles in web series and short stories and they were asked to do bold and nude scenes in auditions. Female actors opposed this and approached the Crime Branch based on which a case was registered. During the investigation, nine accused were arrested. Some people forcefully get such films produced. A man named Umesh Kamat who was looking after the India operations for the company of business of Raj Kundra was arrested," ANI quoted him as saying.
The Joint Commissioner of Police said that the pornographic content was being uploaded on a mobile application named 'Hotshots', which was owned by a London-based company. "During a detailed investigation, Raj Kundra's company located in Viaan had a tie-up with a London-based company Kenrin that owns mobile application Hotshots. All nude content created in Mumbai was published on Hotshots, which was operated from Mumbai. After complaints, this app was takedown by Google Play Store and iPhone," Bharambe added.
At least 11 people, including Raj Kundra, have been arrested for alleged involvement in a case relating to the production company.
Kundra was booked under IPC Sections 420 (cheating), 34 (common intention), 292 and 293 (related to obscene and indecent advertisement and displays), and relevant sections of the IT Act and the Indecent Representation of Woman (Prohibition ) Act.