Famous heroine’s husband accused of making Po*n movies for money!!

Raj kundra, a Mumbai-based businessman and husband of Pan-Indian actress Shilpa Shetty, has been accused of creating pornographic content in a few luxury hotels which was distributed through OTT platforms for monetary gain , according to the Maharashtra cyber police indictment.

Along with Raj Kundra, models Sherlyn Chopra, Poonam Pandey and film producer Meeta Jhunjhunwala and a cameraman Raju Dubey, allegedly shot the obscene or pornographic videos at two five-star suburban hotels, according to the indictment which was filed in court last week.

In the case which was filed in 2019, Cyber ​​Police alleged that Raj Kundra, a director of Armsprime Media Ltd., was engaged in the production and distribution of obscene videos on certain websites.

Banana Primee OTT’s Suvajit Choudhary, Kundra staff member Umesh Kamath were named in the 450-page indictment sheet. They were accused of producing a “Prem Paglani” web series containing pornographic content and uploading it to the OTT platform.

Model and actress Poonam Pandey is also accused of developing her own mobile app, ‘The Poonam Pandey’, shooting, uploading and streaming her videos with the help of Kundra’s company.

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According to Cyber ​​Police statements, Dubey also shot Chopra’s videos, while Jhunjhunwala is accused of aiding and abetting by scripting and directing stories for her.

It has been claimed that Kundra’s company has ‘aiding and abetting crime’ as they provide financial benefits to all other co-defendants while being aware that such things are illegal, even if they are looking for other “missing” models who acted in porn videos or web series.

Kundra was taken into custody for two months before being released on bail in 2021. The high-profile case came to light in the aftermath by the criminal branch of the Mumbai Police, in which several of the defendants were arrested .

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Raj Kundra was accused of producing around 100 porn films by Mumbai police who froze the bank accounts of Thakur, one of Kundra’s accomplices who lives in Singapore. The account consists of Rs. 6.50 crore, according to the reports revealed. Mumbai police had taken statements from 43 witnesses in the case, according to its supplemental indictment which was released in September 2021.

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