Throwback when Shilpa Shetty Reveals that Raj Kundra was closely escaped in Srilanka Easter Bomb Blast in 2019

Throwback when Shilpa Shetty Reveals that Raj Kundra was closely escaped in Srilanka Easter Bomb Blast in 2019

Shilpa Shetty, Raj Kundra

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Headlines

  • Raj Kundra is in police custody till July 23.
  • Raj Kundra narrowly survived the Sri Lanka bomb blasts in the year 2019.
  • Shilpa Shetty herself had told about this incident.

Mumbai. Shilpa Shetty’s husband Raj Kundra is in police custody till July 23 in the pornographic film case. Raj Kundra may be in controversies today, but at one time he narrowly survived the bomb blast. This was disclosed by Shilpa Shetty herself.

In the year 2019, there was a bomb blast in Sri Lanka on the occasion of Easter. 250 people died and 500 were injured in this blast. Shilpa Shetty told in an interview that Raj Kundra also narrowly survived in this blast. Shilpa had said in an event, ‘The scariest thing for me was that Raj and his friends were in that hotel the day this bomb blast happened. It was God’s grace that nothing happened to them.

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These revelations from the investigation
According to sources close to Mumbai Police, Raj Kundra wanted to make the business of porn content at par with Bollywood. When he entered this business two years ago, his daily earnings used to be two to three lakh rupees. Later his earnings increased to eight to 10 lakh rupees per day. Not only this, there was also a backup plan for difficult times. He had two to three apps as a backup.

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Business was spread through this app
Police say that Raj Kundra used to show porn videos to people through his ‘Hotshots’ app. In the year 2019, Raj sold ‘Hotshots’ to UK company Kenrin Private Limited for 25 thousand dollars.

The ‘Hotshots’ app has been removed from the mobile platform and Google Play Store after the Raj Kundra case came to light. Hotshots company is owned by his brother-in-law Pradeep Bakshi.


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