Mumbai porn film case: Police question director of firm which developed app

By Jasleen Kaur - August 04, 2021 8:08 pm

Mumbai porn film case: The director of a firm, which developed an app called HotShots through which businessman Raj Kundra allegedly distributed porn content, appeared before the police here on Wednesday to record his statement in the Mumbai porn film case.

Saurabh Kushwaha, director of Armsprime Media Private Ltd, a firm founded by Raj Kundra, appeared before the property cell of the Mumbai crime branch at noon. He was still being questioned in the Mumbai porn film case, a police official said.

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Raj Kundra, accused of producing and distributing pornographic films through an app called HotShots, developed by Armsprime, was arrested last month along with his IT head Ryan Thorpe. According to the police, Raj Kundra founded Armsprime Media in February 2019.

He allegedly told police that he later sold the app to Kenrin Ltd, a London-based firm owned by his relative Pardeep Bakshi.

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Earlier, the Bombay High Court on Monday reserved its order on a plea filed by Raj Kundra challenging his arrest and seeking immediate release from Arthur Road Jail in the Mumbai porn film case.

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A single Bench of Justice AS Gadkari was hearing a petition filed by Raj Kundra, businessman and husband of actor Shilpa Shetty, and his business aide Ryan Thorpe. The court conducted a physical hearing.

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