Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty is one of those actresses who believes in Ganpati Bappa a lot and on the very first day of Ganesh Chaturthi she brings Bappa to her house. Every time it was seen that Shilpa Shetty along with her husband Raj Kundra and children brings the idol of Lord Ganesha with great pomp and worships with great devotion for 10 days. In the year 2021, this festival of Shilpa Shetty was not as usual. The actress came home on the very first day of Ganesh Chaturthi with an idol of Lord Ganesha but this time Raj Kundra was not with her. She brought the idol of Bappa with singing and playing and also worshiped him. Shilpa looked very happy in front of the camera on this occasion.
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Many pictures and videos of Shilpa’s celebration are going viral on social media. In which you can see Shilpa bringing the idol of Bappa along with many people. During this, Shilpa was wearing a long flower print kurta and was wearing a white mask. He removed the mask to get the photo clicked. As soon as this video came on social media, people started trolling him. Many users wrote that Shilpa would have waited for madam husband Raj Kundra to return home. Many similar comments have been made on the video.
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Let us tell you that Shilpa Shetty’s husband and businessman Rajkundra is in jail for producing pornographic film and making it available to the people. Kundra had applied for bail in the court, which has also been rejected by the court. Pornography is illegal in India but Rajkundra is alleged to have illegally produced porn films in India and streamed them through Hotshots app to the users. Kundra was arrested on July 19 and sent to judicial custody by the Bombay High Court on July 27 for allegedly creating obscene material and selling them through certain apps. On Thursday (August 4), a Mumbai court ruled that it would hear an appeal challenging the arrest of Kundra and his aide Ryan Thorpe on August 10.
According to the report, during the investigation, Kundra’s laptop also contained around 68 pornographic videos and scripts of a film containing sexual material. Four of the eleven arrested so far in the case have decided to become witnesses against Kundra and his associates in the case. They have been booked under sections 420 (cheating), 34 (general intent), 292 and 293 (related to obscene and obscene advertisements and display) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), besides relevant sections of the IT Act and indecent representation. Is.