Raj Kundra hates poverty; his father was a bus conductor, mother worked in factory
Long back Raj Kundra once spoke about his humble background and being a self-made man. Raj also said that his hatred towards poverty drove his desire to become rich.
Since the last few days, Shilpa Shetty's husband Raj Kundra has been grabbing headlines following his arrest by the Mumbai Crime Branch for his alleged involvement in a case related to producing pornographic content in India.
While investigation open-ended, an old interview of Raj has been doing rounds on the internet where he spoke about his past life. In 2013, Raj said about his background and being a self-made man. He stated that his hatred towards poverty drove his desire to become rich.
Raj stated that his hatred towards poverty drove his desire to become rich. In an interview with Filmfare, Raj recalled that his father moved to London over four decades ago and worked as a bus conductor, and his mother worked in a factory.
Raj was a self-made man who made it on his own since he left college at 18. Raj pushed himself to become wealthy and eventually made a difference in his life. “Shilpa respected me for that as she’s self-made too,” he then said.
Coming back to the case, CP Mumbai issued a statement that mentioned that a case was registered in February 2021.
According to the police, Raj appears to be a key conspirator in creating pornographic content and publishing them through some mobile applications.