'Your hate makes me…': Raj Kundra makes a comeback on social media with a message for trolls, Shilpa Shetty reacts
In his first post on Instagram, Raj Kundra shared a video offering a glimpse into his family’s Ganpati celebrations at home. Alongside, he penned a hard-hitting note targeting trolls.
After getting bail in a porn film case, Shilpa Shetty's husband Raj Kundra had deleted his social media accounts. The businessman made public appearances in unique masks covering his face from the media. After two years of gap, he decided to return to social media, that too, on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi.
In his first post on Instagram, Raj shared a video offering a glimpse into his family’s Ganpati celebrations at home. Alongside, he penned a hard-hitting note targeting trolls. “Jai Shri Ganesh. HE’S BACK! Well wishers your love makes me stronger, haters your hate makes me unstoppable! Karma is efficient I am just being patient. Ganpati Bappa Morya!!!! Happy Ganesh Chaturthi.”
Soon after the post surfaced, Raj’s wife Shilpa Shetty and sister-in-law Shamita showered love on him. Shilpa said, “Stay blessed and protected always.” Shamita’s comment read, “Love u jiju.” On the other hand, Raj’s mother-in-law joked saying, “Welcome back on Insta minus the MASK 🤪..!!! May Lord GANESHA shower you with abundance of good health wealth happiness & success .. luv you .. Stay blessed & protected always .. MA."
For the unversed, Raj was arrested in July 2021 for allegedly producing pornographic videos. He was booked under the Indecent Representation of Women (Prevention) Act and the Information Technology Act of Indian Penal Code. After spending two months in jail, he was granted bail in September in the same year.
Last year, Raj addressed the trolls and revealed the reason behind covering his face with a mask. He said, “I don’t wear my mask for friends and fans. I wear it for media, that’s all they will get of me from now," Further he had added, "I am Not wearing it for public just don’t wish to give media a chance to click my face! I am hurt by the media trial they put me through! Media is not above the law." Meanwhile, workwise, Raj is making an acting debut in a movie based on his harrowing experience in the Arthur Road jail.