Shilpa Shetty requests fans to watch Hungama 2, says film shouldn’t suffer after Raj’s arrest

Actor Shilpa Shetty Kundra on Friday urged to her fans to watch her latest comedy Hungama 2 and not let the film “suffer” in the wake of her husband, businessman Raj Kundra, who was arrested in a porn films case.

Shilpa Shetty and Raj Kundra

Kundra, 45, was arrested by the crime branch on Monday night in a case, which it said, related to the alleged creation of pornographic films and publishing them through some apps.

On Friday, a court in Mumbai extended Kundra’s Police Custody till July 27.

Shetty, whose comeback film Hungama 2 was released on the streaming platform Disney + Hotstar on Friday, said the Priyadarshan- directed comedy is a result of “relentless” hard work of the entire team and should not suffer.

Shilpa Shetty requests fans to watch her upcoming movie

“I believe and practice the teachings of Yoga. ‘The only place where life exists is the present moment, now. Hungama 2 involves the relentless efforts of an entire team that’s worked very hard to make a good film, and the film shouldn’t suffer….ever,” Shetty tweeted.

In another tweet, the 46-year-old actor requested her fans to watch the film and honor the contribution of those involved with the project.

“So today, I request you all to watch Hungama 2 with your families to put a smile on your face and and for the sake of every single person attached to the film. ThankYou.”

The tweets come a day after Shetty made her first post on social media since Kundra’s arrest.

Shilpa Shetty’s first post after Raj Kundra’s arrest

Taking to the Instagram story late Thursday night, the actor posted a quote by American author James Thurber that read, “Do not look back in anger; or forward in fear but around in awareness.”

“I take a deep breath, knowing that I’m lucky to be alive. I have survived challenges in the past and will survive challenges in the future. Nothing need distract me from living my life today,” the quote that she shared read.

According to the police, there were several Whatsapp chats that revealed that Kundra was involved in the financial dealings of an app and its contents.

The police also said three women have come forward with complaints in the case, saying they were “forced to act in pornographic movies.”

The accused persons took advantage of struggling models, actors, and other workers and made them work in these movies, the police added.