'It Wasn't My Fault' Shamita Shetty After Being Heavily TROLLED For The Raj Kundra Case

Shamita Shetty speaks up about the way she trolled after the Raj Kundra incident, says ‘it wasn't her fault’.

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'It Wasn't My Fault' Shamita Shetty After Being Heavily TROLLED For The Raj Kundra Case
After Shamita Shetty’s scrimp in Bigg Boss OTT, she has now entered Bigg Boss 15 also. Earlier entering the house, she opened up about the issues and trolls that she and her family had to face due to Raj Kundra’s incident.

The official Instagram account of ColorsTV updated teaser video where Shamita Shetty can be seen marking her presence in Bigg Boss 15. She can be donning a golden shimmering gown with open hair and grooving on her most popular number “Sharara”.  

The post is captioned – “Yeh hain ek sharara, welcoming  @shamitashetty_official! @BeingSalmanKhan #BiggBoss15 #BB15”. There are mixed reactions to the post. Dome fans are welcoming her in the reality show whereas few are trolling her.

Meanwhile, in Raj Kundra’s case, Shamita Shetty says - “It was very difficult for me the first time around because the situation was very different. I was unfortunately being heavily trolled for no fault of mine. My family also, at that point in time, felt that it's better for me to just lock myself in that house. And also it was a previous commitment, and I didn't want to back off because of everything that happened. I wanted to stick to my word and continue. As they say, ‘The show must go on.” She further expresses her honest views and says -  “Honestly, at this time, people have been sitting at home with no work; they've lost work. And I'm being paid to sit in a house, why would I say no?”

Reportedly, Raj Kundra was arrested in July this year, and alleged the creation of pornographic films and publishing them through some apps. Presently, after spending some weeks in judicial custody, Raj Kundra was granted bail last month. However, Shilpa’s revealed on her social media account that she has full faith in the Mumbai Police and the judicial system. 

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