Raj Kundra planned to launch new app to stream porn before arrest - Reports

By Lokmat English Desk | Published: July 22, 2021 04:45 PM2021-07-22T16:45:53+5:302021-07-22T16:46:30+5:30

Actress Shilpa Shetty's husband and businessman Raj Kundra who is facing the heat over his involvement in pornography business ...

Raj Kundra planned to launch new app to stream porn before arrest - Reports | Raj Kundra planned to launch new app to stream porn before arrest - Reports

Raj Kundra planned to launch new app to stream porn before arrest - Reports

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Actress Shilpa Shetty's husband and businessman Raj Kundra who is facing the heat over his involvement in pornography business had big plans for promoting his adult content. According to Police sources, Kundra, had a 'Plan B' in place after the app store took down 'Hotshots', due to policy violations. The 'Plan B' involved launching a new application to carry on the illegal business of producing and circulating pornographic content. At least four screenshots of purported WhatsApp chats have surfaced on social media in which Kundra was allegedly seen discussing the 'Plan B' with another member on 'H ACCOUNTS' group.

A member of the group shares a screenshot of the mail, which was received from Google Play Team about the status of the app ('Hotshots'), to which Kundra allegedly replied, "...Plan B started max 2-3 weeks new app will be live iOS and Android it's a blessing. "During this conversation, a member named Rob Digital Marketing Hotshots asks Kundra, "until then, can we deactivate all the bold films and the Appeal again the Play store", the chats showed. In another screenshot of a personal chat with a member on November 10, the member told Kundra, "till BF (Bollyfame) is up let's find out a way to sustain HS (Hotshots)."On October 11, members of 'H ACCOUNTS' WhatsApp group discussed live revenue of Rs 1.85 lakh and movie sales of Rs 4.52 lakh, which was appreciated by Kundra and his brother-in-law Pradeep Bakshi, who was also allegedly part of the racket. Kundra's Viaan Industries had a tie-up with London-based company Kenrin, which owns 'Hotshots', the OTT platform allegedly involved in publishing pornographic films. Kenrin is owned by Kundra's brother-in-law. Police had described Kundra as the "key conspirator" of the case, which was registered on February 4 at the Malwani police station in suburban Mumbai.

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