Shilpa Shetty Drops The First Post After Raj Kundra Quits Social Media- Snippets Inside

Raj Kundra, the husband of Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty Kundra, has said goodbye to social media. Raj Kundra is out on bail these days. Raj was arrested by the Crime Branch of Mumbai Police on charges of manufacturing and trading in pornographic films. Raj was released on bail after being in jail for several days. Raj’s activism on social media had stopped after being caught in this case.

Raj did not post a single post after being released on bail and has now gone off Instagram and Twitter. After Raj left social media, an Instagram post of Shilpa is becoming quite viral, which she shared in her Instagram story. This is a motivational post, which is based on Alan Alda’s quote.

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It has been said in this post – We can have many complaints about life. Things are not perfect. But, we know who we are and where we are going. After spending a year in another country, we meet us and our attitude towards others changes. A big loss and a big change can push us to where we would have never imagined. I’ll have to step out of my comforts to see what’s going on. Instead of fighting change, I embrace it.

Shilpa Shetty and Raj Kundra

Let me tell you, Raj Kundra was present on Instagram and Twitter and had a strong fan following. Raj often shared photos and funny videos with the family. On the night of July 19, Raj was arrested by the Crime Branch of Mumbai Police on charges of producing obscene films and spreading them through the app. The police had filed a charge sheet of about 1500 pages in this case, in which the statements of 43 people were recorded. The witnesses also include Shilpa Shetty and actress Sherlyn Chopra. After his arrest, Raj was sent to police custody till July 23, which was shifted to July 27.

Raj and Ryan were sent to judicial custody for 14 days by a Mumbai court after the police custody expired. After his bail was denied by the Mumbai court, Raj appealed to the Bombay High Court, which was dismissed after.

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