Mumbai2 hours ago
A case of cheating has been registered against Shilpa Shetty and her husband Raj Kundra at Mumbai’s Bandra Police Station. The complainant named Nitin Barai alleges that Shilpa and Raj cheated several times in the name of distributing the franchise of Spa and Gym from 2014 till now. Nitin has also accused Kashif Khan, Darshit Shah and some of his associates in this case. However, it is not known who Kashif and Darshit are and what is their role in Shilpa-Raj’s company.
Shilpa Shetty and Raj Kundra are accused of misguiding investments in the name of giving gym and spa franchises.
Alleged fraud by investing Rs 1.5 crore
Nitin says that he had opened a gym and spa franchise of Shilpa and Raj’s firm ‘M/s SFL Private Company’ in Koregaon, Pune. The accused made him an investment of Rs 1 crore 59 lakh 27 thousand and then made personal use of those money. When he asked for the money back, the accused started threatening him.
Shilpa and Raj may be interrogated soon
After Nitin’s complaint, Bandra Police has started investigation by registering a case against Shilpa Shetty, Raj Kundra and other accused under sections 406, 409, 420, 506, 34 and 120 (B) of IPC. The police may soon interrogate the accused in this case. Police may contact Raj Kundra and Shilpa soon to know their side.
Raj is not seen after bail in porn case
Ever since Raj Kundra was released from jail in the pornography case, he has not been seen anywhere. On November 1, he also deleted his Twitter and Instagram accounts. Raj Kundra, who was arrested in the pornography case, got bail from the Bombay High Court on 20 September after two months. On July 19, 11 people including Raj Kundra, Ryan Thorpe were arrested by the police in connection with this case. Raj is accused of doing business of porn films.
Raj had invested 10 crores in his porn company
According to the Mumbai Crime Branch, Raj Kundra had invested 8 to 10 crores in the porn film industry. Raj and his brother living in Britain formed a company called Kenrin there. The porn videos were then shot in India and sent to Kenrin Company through We Transfer (File Transfer Service). This company was formed by Raj Kundra and got it registered abroad so that they can avoid India’s cyber law.