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In 2020, the Maharashtra police cyber cells ordered HotShots, an app that contained profanity references to Raja Kundra.
HotShots are believed to have been sold by a UK company to Kundra. Kundra told police she had sold her stake in Sherlin Chopra, which had previously signed Raj Kundra's deal with Armsprime Media. a source
Even before his arrest on Monday, businessman Raj Kundra was hired by the Maharashtra cyber cell police last year to produce and produce pornography. A court in Mumbai detained Kundra, who is also the husband of actress Silpa Shetty, in custody until 23 July.
Last year, a Maharashtra cyber police cell filed a lawsuit against several OTT platforms, including HotShots, an app developed by Armsprime Media, a company owned or owned by Kundra. The British company Kenrin is said to produce HotShots. sold to Kundra
Cyber cell also arrested the photographer and the woman who served as Armsprime's creative director in connection with the incident.
According to sources from the Maharashtra Police Cyber Cell, actors Sherlyn Chopra and Poonam Pandey will also be listed as co-defendants in the case in 2020. Both criminals accused Raj Kundra of testifying in front of a cyber cell.
Mumbai court last year. The last hearing on his bail application is set for the end of this month.
In a statement sent to Cyber Cell, Sherlyn Chopra claimed that Raj Kundra "pushed" her into the porn industry.
According to sources, Sherlyn Chopra has signed an agreement with Armsprime Media, a company affiliated with Raj Kundra, to provide pornographic content to multiple companies outside India based on the app. His lawyer, Charanjit Chanderpal, insists. Chandrepal is the attorney who secured bail for Sherlyn Chopra in the Bombay Supreme Court in a lawsuit filed by Cyber Cell.
As for his clients, Charanjit Chanderpal says he uses his semi-pornography app, but his part-time job is unsustainable. Raj Kundra later found Sherlyn Chopra and they signed a contract, he says.
They made a "good amount" between June 2019 and June 2020, according to Chanderpal.
However, Sherlyn Chopra realized that she had not received any compensation under the contract and demanded that the contract be terminated one year after signing, Charanjit Chanderpal added.
Then Sherlyn Chopra decided to launch her own application a second time. The new app worked fine for a while, but Sherlyn realized the content was stolen in August 2020 and reported herself to the police, her lawyer Charanjit Chanderpal said.
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