Shilpa Shetty Kundra 2021 Penn Note, Call It The 'Mixed Bag Of Emotions'

Shilpa Shetty Kundra shared her 2021 separation post on her Instagram stories. (Photo credit: Instagram / theshilpashetty)

Shilpa Shetty Kundra shared her 2021 separation post on her Instagram stories. (Photo credit: Instagram / theshilpashetty)

Mumbai: Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty Kundra said on Friday that 2021 was a “mixed bag of emotions” for her and that she hopes the new year will be “good” as she bids farewell to this year.

Taking to Instagram stories, Shetty Kundra wrote a heartfelt post, reminding me of the past year.

“Dear 2021, you were a mixed bag of emotions for all of us. There were smiles, tears, laughter, hugs, goodbyes and much more. But we traveled. It’s time to bid, bidding farewell. Goodbye to you, we’re ready for you, 2022! ! ” She wrote.

Professionally, the 46-year-old actor, who has been away from the big screen for more than a decade, appeared on Priyadarshan’s comedy Hungama 2 and also appeared as a judge on the dance reality show Super Dancer.

However, things are not going well in the actress’ personal life as her husband Raj Kundra, a businessman, was arrested by the Mumbai police in July on charges of creating pornographic images.

Kundra was arrested on charges of creating and distributing pornographic content through an app called HotShotS. He has been booked under the Information Technology Act of the Indian Penal Code and the Obscene Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act. The 46-year-old businessman has denied any involvement in the ongoing case. He was released from prison on September 21.

Meanwhile, Shilpa will be seen in Sabir Khan’s Nikamma starring Abhimanyu Dassani and Shirley Setia. The new project is being produced by Shabeer Khan Films and Sony Pictures. She is set to make her debut on the digital platform, starting work on her first series in 2022.

The actor also shared a quote from his current reading: “We’ve got a plan, it’s great. Everything is ready. So …” it continued, “We just sat and waited for life. It’s not enough to just know where to go and get ready to go, we need to move on at some point – soon – it’s dangerous; things can go wrong, but there really is no alternative. “

(With inputs from PTI)

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