Police: Raj Kundra Sold App To Cover Up Pornographic Trail

The police said on Tuesday that businessman Ripu Sudan Balkrishna Kundra alias Raj Kundra was misled and arrested on Monday for the production of pornographic films and sold his application ‘HotsHOTS’ to UK-based company Kenrin Pvt Ltd.

Mumbai cops arrest Shilpa Shetty's husband Raj Kundra - Opera News

Raj Kundra, actor’s husband Shilpa Shetty, was made before the 37th Metropolitan Judge on Tuesday and was arrested by IT head Ryan Thorpe until 23 July.

Nine of the people had previously been arrested by the police. Kundra participated in Porn videos streaming via the app, police said. Kundra was involved in the app.

‘Hotshots’ was deleted from mobile platforms now. From his Viaan Industrie office, Kundra supplied the content and controlled the UK firm.

Kundra said in 2019 he was selling “Hotshots” at $25,000.

Police said they found proof that the police had not followed proceedings in the Criminal Procedure Code, including clips from Kundra lawyers’ office, Abad Ponda and Subhash Jadhav. The arrests had been illegal.

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