YouTuber Puneet Kaur has now claimed that said Raj Kundra once sent her a direct message on Instagram for the shoot of his adult app. Raj Kundra husband of actress Shilpa Shetty was arrested by the Mumbai police crime branch on Monday (July 19) in case of alleged production of pornographic films. Raj has been sent to police remand till July 23 by a Mumbai court.
Puneet took to her Instagram stories to reveal that earlier Raj had reached out to her for the adult app HotShots. Taking to the gram stories, she wrote, “Brooo do you OGS remember our verified DM video where he reached out to me for hotshots!?!? Im deaaad.”
She continued, “I can’t even WTF this man was really luring people -we thought it was spam when he sent that DM to me!? Jesus Christ man rot in jail.”
To support her claims, Puneet also added a snippet of the video where she talks about being approached by a verified account of Raj Kundra along with his friends. In the video, Puneet and two others are seen discussing the DMs she received and wondering if Raj Kundra’s account had been hacked. One man in the video can be heard saying, “This man has had a midlife crisis, probably, messing with girls to go to Hotshot.com to do something strange, I don’t know.”
“I think his account got hacked,” the other man said. “That would be giving him the benefit of the doubt,” the first man added.
However, Puneet Kaur is not the only woman who has spoken against businessman Raj Kundra. Poonam Pandey and Sagarika Shona Suman had also issued with Raj Kundra. Sagarika demanded Raj’s arrest in February while addressing the media. She had claimed that he had asked her to give a nude audition.
On the other hand, Poonam Pandey had filed a case against Kundra in 2019 at the Bombay High Court for illegally using content featuring her.
About Raj Kundra arrest
Raj Kundra has been booked under sections 34 (common intention), 420 (cheating), 292, and 293 (related to obscene and indecent advertisements and displays) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) besides relevant sections of the IT Act and the Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act.