Raj Kundra made Plan-B: Earn more from Subscriptions by Saving Hotel-Shooting Expenses

New chats related to the porn business of Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty's husband Raj Kundra have surfaced. These chats show that he had a plan B ready to take his business to heights.
Image Credit: Dainik Bhaskar
Image Credit: Dainik Bhaskar

New chats related to the porn business of Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty's husband Raj Kundra have surfaced. These chats show that he had a plan B ready to take his business to heights. The 'Hotshots' app, which was being used to deliver porn content to the public, was first banned by Apple and later by Google on its Play Store in 2020. This directly affected Kundra's earnings from porn content, due to which he prepared a new app 'Bolifem' under Plan-B.

Kundra was working in view of the new technology. He felt that live content would be the most viewed in the future, as screen recording is not possible. Right now most of the content related to movies, web series or other videos is screen recorded and put on different platforms. Where users can easily download it for free. This results in a loss of the amount received by the companies from the subscription.

Why did Kundra make Plan-B?

The biggest part of Raj Kundra's Plan-B was the Bolifem app. He has also mentioned it while talking with work. They wanted the new app to be made available on the Google Play Store and Apple Store. So that more and more users can download it. If this happens then their income will also increase manifold. They wanted to bring live content to this app. This would have reduced the cost of preparing their port content.

They save money in 3 works…

  1. hotel or a bungalow rental
  2. Cost of shooting camera and other equipment
  3. Editing cost and time

In this case, a question arises that if Kundra was advancing his business on the basis of technology, is technology promoting porn or copyrighted content? Has technology made it easier to access porn content? Is technology saving people money for different subscriptions? Let's talk about all these one by one…

Technology promoting porn or copyrighted content

The government has banned more than 1300 porn websites in the country. Even after this, porn content is easily being served to the people. Still, many websites are opened with one click. To access such content, people use other browsers than Chrome. At the same time, with the help of torrents, this task becomes even easier.

Although the government has banned torrents years ago, you can download its app from the Play Store. At the same time, it can also be accessed by visiting a proxy server. With the help of the APK file, its software can also be installed.

Duplication of copyrighted content is also stopping technology

Technology has made things easier, so it has also banned the duplication of copyrighted content. Especially, on a platform like YouTube, you cannot use copyrighted content for your earning. When this happens, the company sends you a strike. The big advantage of this is being given to those companies or people who create content by spending money and time.

People's money is also being saved due to technology

Image Credit: Dainik Bhaskar
Image Credit: Dainik Bhaskar

These days Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hotstar Disney Plus, G5, Sony Liv, Alt Balaji along many other apps are bringing their own content. This content is provided with a subscription. That is, the user has to make a fixed payment for it every month or annually. In such a situation, thousands of rupees have to be spent on different content, but all this content is downloaded for free with the help of a torrent, Telegram. Kundra also used to sell his content with a subscription.

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