Shilpa Shetty’s First Appearance after Husband Raj Kundra’s Arrest

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Amid the arrest of husband Raj Kundra, actress Shilpa Shetty has made her first public appearance on Sunday, August 15, 2021, for a Covid-19 fundraiser event.

Actress Shilpa Shetty who has been on a kind of social media hiatus made her first public appearance for a Covid-19 fundraiser event after the arrest of her husband, Raj Kundra.

The actress had stayed off social media and had refrained from making public appearances since the arrest.

However, on Sunday (August 15), the actress made her first on-screen public appearance for a fundraiser event, We For India, along with other celebrities including Malaika Arora, Vidya Balan, Arjun Kapoor and Día Mirza.

There she was seen demonstrating breathing exercises. She also talked about the importance of oxygen reaching brain cells properly.

The fitness-enthusiast actress said, “Everything is dependent on breathing. We can protect our entire system through breathing. If our nasal passage is clear, oxygen will reach brain cells easily, leading to a better immunity”.

Shilpa even shared tips on Pranayama with the viewers stating that to control negative thoughts, one must control their breathing.

Shilpa has also shared an Instagram post on the occasion of the 75th Independence Day of India.

After issuing a statement requesting people to respect their privacy amid her husband’s arrest, this was her first Instagram post.

Raj Kundra Pornographic Case

Mumbai Police arrested businessman Raj Kundra on July 19 for his alleged connections with a pornographic racket. The beleaguered businessman is allegedly involved in producing and streaming pornographic content through an app called Hotshots.

The cyber cell had summoned Kundra in March and April, and his statement was recorded by police in June this year.

Recent Proceedings on the Matter

In the most recent update, Raj has filed an anticipatory bail plea with the Bombay High Court. Earlier, the Sessions Court had denied the anticipatory bail plea by the businessman.

In his bail plea with the High Court, he stated that he is a renowned businessman and had only invested as a sleeping business partner in Armsprime Media Pvt Ltd, a venture of one of his acquaintances.

He further mentioned that the idea of the venture was to provide a digital platform for artists to showcase their talents and interact with clients.

He even claimed to have quit the company in December 2019, a month after a registered FIR against multiple porn sites with links to Armprime Media Pvt Ltd.

The plea further stated that there used to be a formal agreement between the company and the celebrities, who consciously decided to show their talent on the platform.

Kundra’s lawyer claimed that Kundra was associated with the company for barely a few months and was unaware of the content provided by the celebrities to the OTT platforms.

According to the bail plea, neither Sherlyn Chopra nor Poonam Pandey ever raised any concern about the airing of erotic content. Kundra has been on 14-day judicial custody, and the High Court is yet to hear his appeal.

Ankita Gautam
Ankita Gautam
Ankita Gautam aka AnkiTam, is an Educator, who learns by reading and expresses by writing. She has been an avid reader, writer, speaker, learner, and observer ever since. A science background could never stop her from grasping the nitty-gritties of fashion, technology, and trending news. She finds her solace in magazines and newspapers. Being an ambivert, she is blessed to be flexible in knowing when to talk and when to listen. She is an opinionated personality with an optimal level of compassion and empathy. She can be easily found entertaining people with her wordplays and also with her wry sense of humor. She is a pantomath, who wants to know everything.

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