'Zindagi bhar muh chupate...' : Raj Kundra once again gets trolled for wearing black mask at a Diwali bash
Raj Kundra has now become synonymous with wearing eccentric masks at his every public appearance. The businessman has started doing the same ever since his release from prison in the alleged pornographic case.
Raj Kundra mask
Raj Kundra has now become synonymous with wearing eccentric masks at his every public appearance. The businessman has started doing the same ever since his release from prison in the alleged pornographic case. Recently, the Raj chose to wear a completely black mask at a Diwali bash and was mercilessly trolled by netizens.
Talking about the same, Raj Kundra was seen wearing a maroon-printed Sherwani along with black pants. However, he can be seen totally covering his face with the mask and quickly entering the venue. Take a look at the same.
One of the netizens stated, “Blue Film Ki Wajah Se Muhh Dikhane layak nahi raha” while another user stated, “Bhai kaam hi aise kiye h ki muh chipana padh raha hain.” A netizen further went on to say, “May be he us ashamed to show his face to d public after his porn scam.” A user added, “Bhai aise he kaam he na kero na jis se aise mu chupana per jaye.” A netizen furthermore said, “Jiske mun me khot hota hai wohi muu chupata hai.” A user stated, “Porn maker and now he is not even able to face the world.” A netizen went on to state, “Face hiding ....now his designers will have a tough time designing his face mask too.”
Recently, Raj Kundra replied to a Twitter user who asked him to have the ‘guts’ to show his face to the public. The controversial businessman quoted the tweet and said, “I don’t hide my face from the public, I don’t wish to give media access to me. Not too difficult to understand after the media trial I have been through.” For the unversed, Raj was charged for allegedly producing pornographic videos in July last year and was granted bail in September. He was then booked under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code, the Indecent Representation of Women (Prevention) Act, and the Information Technology Act.