"What do you mean sexual harassment?".
Tanushree Dutta has alleged that Nana Patekar was sexually aggressive with her while filming a song for a 2008 film that she later quit and that he also sent goons after her when she refused his advances.
A day after Dutta reopened the window on the 10-year-old incident and specifically named Patekar, there was a furious discussion on social media platforms and other media outlets but the film industry itself was mostly silent.
"They are exposing themselves".
The actor, a former Miss India-Universe who is now based in the United States, also alleged that Patekar had the tacit support of the film's makers. "This is the response of those who talk about women's empowerment and support the #MeToo movement happening in America. and when that is happening here, this is how they respond". "Tell me. How would I know?" "I am still hopeful that people will do the right thing", the actor said.
On his love for Arunachal Pradesh, Salman said: "I have never been there, but I don't know why I like Arunachal Pradesh so much that I just wanted to go there for longest time to see the place and to be there. Her only fault was she didn't back down-takes a special courage to be #TanushreeDutta", she said on Twitter. She also thwarted Sarang's claim that her demanded compensation to the Cine and Television Artistes Association (CINTAA) were met, saying, "Not true".
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Salman Khan was also asked about it at an event and his reply was on similar lines.
She said she was coming from a compassionate space and was not going to jump to conclusions.
Although they achieved their stardom through cinema, they've become icons to crores of people across the global for taking up humanitarian causes affecting society in real life. I have been here and I am sure that the legal team will handle that. There were so many people on the sets.
When Rajendra was asked about Nana's version of the incident he told India Today, "Nana says that there is no question of him molesting her because at that given time, there were 50 people working on set".
Amid all this, Tanushree seems to be far from done as she has now revealed details of a rather unpleasant experience she faced on the sets of her debut film "Chocolate: Deep Dark Secrets" in 2005. We did see the director and the producer walk in and out of her vanity van.
He added, "It's sad that this issue has come to light after ten years".
Parineeti Chopra said, "I agree too".