Shilpa Shetty’s Husband Raj Kundra Gets BRUTALLY TROLLED For Wearing The ‘Unusual’ Face Shield; Troll Writes, ‘Welding Vale Bhayya’

Shilpa Shetty’s husband Raj Kundra was trolled for wearing the face shield and avoiding paps as he stepped out for dinner

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Shilpa Shetty’s Husband Raj Kundra Gets BRUTALLY TROLLED For Wearing The ‘Unusual’ Face Shield; Troll Writes, ‘Welding Vale Bhayya’
Shilpa Shetty’s husband Raj Kundra has been grabbing eyeballs for all the wrong reasons. In the past, he had been trolled for his arrest and even for his unusual looks in face shields. He has been followed by the paps wherever he goes from dinners to the airport. He has even avoided them multiple times. Recently, also he was brutally trolled for his look by wearing a face shield in a viral video that is breaking the internet.

Recently, Raj Kundra and his wife Shilpa Shetty stepped out for dinner and were spotted by the paparazzi. In the video, Kundra is seen getting out of the car wearing a black leather jacket and black pants. He was even wearing a black face shield. As soon as he got out of the car he went inside the restaurant avoiding the shutterbugs. They even called him multiple times for a pose, but he didn't pay heed to them. 


Interestingly, Shilpa Shetty looked beautiful in a backless short dress. She posed for the paps and welcomed them. The Nikamma movie actress even giggled at her husband for his attempt to flee the paps.

Meanwhile, the video went viral in no time and netizens brutally trolled him. One comment read, “Yes that male cornstar is the Highlight”, and another comment read, “Mou kala karke ghoomna koi inse seekhai  what they are teaching to the youth”. One of the troll wrote, “Kya zindagi hogai hai”, and another troll wrote, “Ab ky ye puri umr aise hi muh chupaege”. One of the users commented, “Welding vale bhayya”, and another user wrote, “Indian Kanye”.

For the unversed, Raj was arrested in July 2021 for allegedly producing pornographic videos and was granted bail in September. He was booked under Sections 292, 293 and 294 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) originally introduced in 1860, and Section 67A of the Information Technology Act of 2000.




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