Shilpa Shetty's husband, Raj Kundra, 45, was arrested by the crime branch on July 19 in a case related to alleged creation of pornographic films and their publiscation through some apps.
Businessman Raj Kundra, husband of Bollywood actor Shilpa Shetty, was recently arrested by the city police's crime branch in connection with the case.
The case was registered after an actress approached the police and alleged she was forced to shoot for a pornographic film for the HotShots app.
Meanwhile, Arvind Shrivastava alias Yash Thakur, who was the owner of the app 'Neuflix' has written to the Mumbai Police requesting to defreeze his bank accounts.
Kundra, the husband of actor Shilpa Shetty, was arrested on July 19 by the Mumbai Police's crime branch in the porn films case filed in February this year.
Kundra, husband of Bollywood actor Shilpa Shetty, was arrested July 19 by the Mumbai police crime branch under sections of the Indian Penal Code and the Information Technology Act.
Crime Branch has appointed a financial auditor to probe the money trail of Raj Kundra and Shilpa Shetty and their alleged involvement in the pornography racket case.
The police had earlier arrested businessman Raj Kundra, husband of Hindi film actress Shilpa Shetty in the case concerning alleged creation of pornographic films and publishing them through some apps.
The Enforcement Directorate is likely to register cases against him under money laundering and Foreign Exchange Management Act, sources say.
Three men who allegedly swindled money in the guise of Delhi police were detained in Chennai.
A 'web' of deceit, firms and apps: Cops say Raj Kundra's company was running operations of UK entity linked to porn
Kundra's Viaan Industries had a tie-up with London-based company Kenrin, which owns 'Hotshots' app, allegedly involved in publishing pornographic films, a senior police official said.
Kangana took to her Instagram stories and shared a news report regarding his arrest.
A senior official said that the police have sought to know the steps taken by Twitter officials concerned against child sexual abuse content on their platform.
This comes days after the NCPCR, the country's apex child rights body, asked police to explain why no action had been taken against Twitter as per its letter to the Delhi Police dated May 29.