Kangana Ranaut calls film industry a ‘gutter’ after Raj Kundra arrested in pornography case


The arrest of Shilpa Shetty’s husband and businessman Raj Kundra came as a shock to their friends and fans. Raj was arrested by Mumbai police on Monday evening on charges of creating and posting pornography and posting through mobile apps. Actress Kangana Ranaut has now attacked Raj and called the film industry a “gully”. She has also stated that she will be exhibiting Bollywood in her upcoming movie “Tiku Wife Sheru”.

Kangana took her stories to Instagram and shared a post about Raj Kundra’s arrest with the caption: “That’s why I call the movie industry a gutter… all that glitters is not however, I will be exhibiting under Bullywood’s belly in my next production called Tiku Wife Sheru .. we need a strong value system and conscience in the creative industry and of course a whip “

Kangana produces ‘Tiku Weds Sheru’ under its Manikarnika banner. The film stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui in the male lead role. This will be his first digital business.

Mumbai police on Tuesday made a shocking revelation that arrested businessman Raj Kundra and his brother-in-law Pradeep Bakshi are the alleged masterminds of an international porn film racketeering perpetrated through their production companies. content based in India and UK.

Kundra is the owner of Viaan Industries Ltd, jointly promoted by the couple, while Bakshi – a British citizen married to Kundra’s sister – is the chairman of Kenrin Ltd., London.

Mumbai Joint Police Commissioner (Crime) Milind Bharambe said the two companies have a mobile app called “HotShots Digital Entertainment”, developed by Kenrin Ltd.

“The free downloadable app has been taken down by both Apple and Google Playstore for the type of its content. Mumbai Police have recovered incriminating evidence such as multiple HotShot movies, video clips, WhatsApp chats, etc. during investigation, “Bharambe told a crowded media rally.

He said the investigation into the whole Kundra affair began in February 2021 with the Malvani police station blowing the lid by filing a complaint for pornographic content produced and shot at some bungalows on the remote island of Madh. and its surroundings in coastal areas. from Malad to the northwest of Mumbai.

After creating the content, the two companies – Viaan and Kendrin – made it available on mobile apps, offering subscriptions similar to traditional OTT platforms, advertising on social media, which were all illegal because of pornography. in all its forms India.

As a result of investigations by Malvani Police and later by the Criminal Branch-CID and Property Cell, at least 12 arrests have been made so far, including Kundra, his technical associate Ryan J. Tharpe, who were placed in police custody until July 23 by a Mumbai district court.

(With IANS inputs)


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