Shilpa Shetty Kundra’s Mother Files Cheating Case In Land Deal Worth Rs 1.6 Crores

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Shilpa Shetty mother files cheating case: Sunanda Shetty, mother of Bollywood actor Shilpa Shetty Kundra, recently filed a cheating complaint in a land deal matter. She has alleged that a person named Sudhakar Ghare sold her land worth Rs 1.6 crores with the help of fake papers. A case has been registered in the matter under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code, according to Mumbai Police.

This case came to light while Shetty is dealing with her businessman husband Raj Kundra’s arrest in connection to the porn racket case. Her mother reportedly made a deal and bought land for Rs 1.6 crore. She has now filed a complaint against a man for selling her the land with help of fake papers. While more details about the alleged cheating case are awaited, trouble continues to pile up for Shilpa and her jailed husband.

Kundra is currently in judicial custody after the Mumbai police called him the “key conspirator” in creating and publishing porn films via an app, Hotshots. Meanwhile, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on Wednesday slapped a monetary penalty on Viaan Industries Ltd, owned by Shilpa and Raj Kundra alias Ripu Sudan Kundra, for violation of its insider trading norms. According to a Sebi order, a total fine of Rs 3 lakh has been imposed on the couple.

Shilpa Shetty tied the knot with British-Indian businessman Raj Kundra in 2009. The couple is blessed with two children, Viaan and Samisha. The Life in a Metro actor is yet to get a clean chit in the alleged pornography case involving her husband.

Earlier, she gave her statement to Mumbai Police Crime Branch saying that she wasn’t aware of the exact content of the controversial app, adding that erotica cannot be considered as “porn”. She went on to stress that her husband wasn’t involved in producing porn content. During the raid, Shetty reportedly broke down and told her husband that the case is portraying the family in a bad light. The actor might get summoned for further interrogation. Follow the case here.

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