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Billions of rupees invested in pornography

Mumbai Actress Shilpa Shetty’s husband Raj Kundra was arrested late Monday night for making obscene films and uploading them on the website. He has been arrested by Mumbai Crime Branch. According to the police, Raj Kundra had invested Rs 8-10 crore in the porn industry. The Crime Branch first summoned Raj for questioning on Monday and then arrested him. In February 2021, he was accused of making a porn movie and showing it on some apps.

Investigation started in February

In February, the Crime Branch started investigating the shooting of the porn film. The name of Raj Kundra constantly came up in this investigation. So the police investigated accordingly. Investigation revealed that Raj was the mastermind. A police investigation revealed that Raj Kundra and his brother, who live in the UK, had set up a company called Kenrin. Not only this, he had registered the company abroad to avoid the special cyber law in India. Porn movies were shown through this company’s paid app.

This porn film was shot in hotel rooms, rented houses in India. Models were lured to work in big films and they were asked to act in this porn film. After all these films were made, these pornographic films were sent abroad through V Transfer.


Strong evidence against Raj Kundra

Meanwhile, according to the police, there is strong evidence against Raj Kundra. Apart from the answers of other accused arrested in the case, there is some technical evidence as well. Raj Kundra invested 8-10 crores in the porn industry. So far, the police have arrested nine people by registering two FIRs.

A case has been registered against the accused in a pornography case under sections of the IT Act and IPC. If found guilty in the case, the accused faces several years in prison. All eyes are now on Raj Kundra, who now owns an app called JL Stream and co-owns Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League.

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