Raj Kundra earned ₹1.17Cr. in 5 months through his app; was planning to earn ₹34Cr. within 2 years: Report
Latest reports suggest that Shilpa Shetty's husband Raj Kundra earned around Rs 1.17 crore last year between August and December in 2020 through his app and wanted to earn Rs 34 crore within 2 years; read details
Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty's Raj Kundra's financials are being monitored by the Mumbai police after he was arrest in a pornography-related case. Since last few days, Raj and Shilpa's name is grabbing national headlines and grabbing the limelight.
Raj Kundra arrested on July 19, and there has been no relief for him since then. Yesterday, the court extended his judicial custody for 14 more days. Latest reports suggest that Raj has earned around Rs 1.17 crore between August and December in 2020 through his app.
Today, Mumbai police has informed the court that Kundra earned the revenue from the porn app on the Apple store and Google last year. It is also said that Raj's adult film recorded speedy increase within no time and he wanted to earn Rs 34 crore by 2023.
Now, Raj's lawyer has moved High Court for his bail and has termed the arrest as illegal and it is reported that Raj's bail will be heard by the court on July 29.
Officials told Times of India about some deleted files, “We accessed 48 TB data. Huge data was deleted once our case was filed on instructions from Raj Kundra. Also, after Kundra’s arrest, more data was deleted.”
Mumbai police have even recorded Shilpa's statement who allegedly said that ‘erotica’ is different from ‘porn’. Mumbai Crime Branch officials said that Shilpa Shetty had not yet been given clean chit. Officials further said forensic auditors are examining the transactions of all accounts. Other directors of Viaan Industries (Raj Kundra's company) will also be called for statements as of and when needed. Actor Sherlyn Chopra has been called for a statement as a witness in this case.
According to reports, Raj's app was used to distribute porn films online. The Mumbai Police commissioner said that Raj is the key conspirator in the case.
During the investigation, the police raided several properties of Kundra in Mumbai and found a hidden cupboard in his Andheri office which had many documents linked to financial transactions and cryptocurrency.