Even after being arrested over every week in the past, day by day, some information and startling information is making the headlines in connection to Raj Kundra or the alleged p*rnographic racket he lead. As the investigation continues to dig deeper, murkier particulars are coming to the forefront. As per the newest media report, the primary cost sheet within the case has been filed, and in it, the Mumbai Police has detailed the monetary targets that had been set by Raj and his firm Bollyfame Media Limited.
For those that have no idea, Bollyfame was the businessman and his associates’ ‘Plan B’ and was launched after their grownup movie content material app Hotshots was banned from Google Playstore and Apple final 12 months. As per the media report, the cost sheet projected gross income of Rs 146 crore and internet revenue of over Rs 30 crore for Bollyfame Media Limited for 2023-24 – with the income doubling year-on-year. Read on to know extra.
As reported by Mid-Day, the primary cost sheet has been filed by the Mumbai police within the alleged p*rnography racket that’s mentioned to be headed by businessman Raj Kundra. For 2021-22, the presentation projected a gross income of Rs 36,50,00,000 (Rs 36.5 crore) and internet revenue of Rs 4,76,85,000 (Rs 4.76 crore). For 2022-23, the Raj Kundra-led firm was set to earn gross income of round Rs 73,00,00,000 (Rs 73 crore) and the identical internet revenue for 2022-23. The reported acknowledged that the gross income for 2023-24 was Rs 1,46,00,00,000 (Rs 146 crore) with a internet revenue of Rs 30,42,01,400 (Rs 30.4 crore). The cost sheet didn’t specify if the projection was for Hotshots backup app Bollyfame or another firm.
The publication quoted a Crime Branch officer saying, “The documents were seized from Kamat. Kundra was not arrested when we filed the first charge sheet. As the investigation progresses, we will get more clarity about Bollyfame and the same will be covered in a supplementary charge sheet.”
According to the Crime Branch, Raj Kundra managed Bollyfame from India. Post Hotshots being shut, many of the content material from the app was transferred to Bollyfame. The officer additionally famous that after a forensic evaluation was executed of the server seized from Kundra’s workplace on July 20, there was extra readability on what was uploaded.
The officer added, “WhatsApp chats between Kamat, Kundra and his brother-in-law Pradeep Bakshi clearly state that he had the Plan B in the form of Bollyfame in case HotShot faces legal issues. He was also planning to get celebrities to live-stream on Bollyfame saying it will bring more revenues and subscriptions than Hotshot that has uploaded content.”
Raj Kundra was arrested on Monday, July 19 and was despatched to judicial custody until Friday, July 23. His detention was then prolonged for 4 extra days and ends at present. The actor’s case will likely be heard in courtroom as soon as extra at present.
Stay tuned for extra information and updates.