The Mumbai Police Property Cell will now look into payments made to Kenrirn Limited, a UK-based firm owned by Raj Kundra’s brother-in-law Pradeep Bakshi, as part of its investigation into a case involving businessman Raj Kundra, who is also the husband of actress Shilpa Shetty. The business was founded in 2005. Bakshi is supposedly the mastermind behind the pornographic racket case, according to Mumbai Police, who made the bombshell disclosure a few days ago. Viaan Industries, situated in India, is co-founded by Kundra and Shetty, while Kernin, based in London, is led by Bakshi.
Milind Bharambe, Mumbai’s Joint Police Commissioner (Crime), stated a few days ago that the two companies shared a smartphone application named HotShots Digital Entertainment, which was purportedly produced by Kenrin Ltd. According to IANS, Bharambe told that “The free to download the app was yanked off by both Apple and Google Playstore for the type of its content. The Mumbai Police have recovered incriminating pieces of evidence like several HotShot films, video clips, WhatsApp chats, etc. during the investigation.”
According to reports, the Property Cell told a news channel that they are examining the second case, which was turned over to them by Mumbai Police on Thursday, July 29, and that all people involved will be questioned again. The Cell is also looking at emails and invoices that show proof of financial payments totalling thousands of pounds. They’re also looking into Kundra’s personal assistant, Umesh Kamat, who is also a co-accused in the pornographic case. Allin all Raj Kundra is still in the target.
According to reports, the Property Cell discovered an invoice from Eshu Gambhir Entertainment, a Mumbai-based company, to Kenrin Limited for a film produced by Kundra called Fraud Ishq. Officials have also focused their attention on the Mumbai-based firm. Officials also believe that a pornographic movie will cost at least Rs. 3 lakh.