Mumbai: After her husband Raj Kundra’s bail on Monday, actor Shilpa Shetty quoted Roger Lee on Instagram and gave an insight into her state of mind. Kundra spent almost two months in jail and finally got bail on Monday evening.
On her Instagram story, Shilpa shared, “Rainbows exist to prove that beautiful things can happen after a bad storm — Roger Lee.” The post from the Hungama 2 actor came minutes after a metropolitan magistrate’s court granted bail to Kundra, who was arrested on July 19 in the alleged creation and publishing of pornographic films on mobile applications case.
Raj Kundra spent almost two months in jail and was granted bail by a Mumbai court on Monday evening on a surety of ₹ 50,000 with certain conditions.
Last week, Mumbai Police had filed a 1,400- page chargesheet in court, listing charges against Raj Kundra.
On Saturday, he requested bail, arguing that the investigation in the case was over as the chargesheet had been filed.
In his bail request, the businessman said that he was being made a “scapegoat” and the chargesheet filed in the case lacked evidence of his involvement in shooting “alleged questionable content” adding that he was being falsely implicated and dragged into the case.
In the chargesheet, the police termed Raj Kundra as the “main facilitator” and included a statement by Shilpa Shetty that she was not aware of her husband’s business activities as she was busy with her own work.
Shilpa Shetty’s First Instagram Post After Husband Raj Kundra Gets Bail
Shilpa and Raj’s son Viaan shared a picture of himself with his mother and sister Samisha and wrote how life’s troubles are as small as Lord Ganesha’s mouse. He wrote, “Life as long as Lord Ganesha’s trunk, Trouble as small as his mouse, Moments as sweet as modaks. Ganpati Bappa Morya! ❤️”
Shilpa Shetty also said that she was not aware of the mobile application “Hotshots” or “Bollyfame”, both of which have been linked to the porn racket.
Raj Kundra is likely to be released from jail today after the completion of all formalities, his lawyer said.