Actress Tanushree Dutta sparked off a controversy when she openly accused veteran actor Nana Patekar of sexually harassing her on the sets of 'Horn Ok Pleassss' a decade ago while shooting for a song choreographed by Ganesh Acharya and the choreographer issued a statement in this regard. Not just Nana Patekar but Tanushree Dutta also alleges that many big actors and filmmakers in the industry are like that, however, no one dares to speak about them because of fear of losing their opportunities. "And the entire industry that has been an accomplice through silence", Tanushree told IANS in an interview over phone from Mumbai on Wednesday. The producers, meanwhile, called the media for publicity. But it was a duet song as far as I remember.
Dutta said there is social stigma and character assassination that a person goes through when she talks or tries to talk about such incidents.
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In an interview to Zoom TV, she said that he has a history of assaulting women. She was quoted as saying, "When I had complained about the same to the producer-director and told them to ask him (Nana Patekar) to stay away from me, they didn't pay heed". Although people in the industry gossiped about her, nothing was said to Nana Patekar, the actress claimed. She told the publication that she had brought up allegations of sexual harassment in the industry way before Hollywood took on the issue previous year through the Me Too movement, but no one had paid heed to her.
Well, this sure is a shocking revelation about Nana Patekar, isn't it?
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The actress called out top actors in the industry who have been working with Patekar. He has beaten few actresses on the sets and also molested them.
Recounting the incident and its aftermath, she claimed, "When I tried to escape they called the media, they called some people to mob lynch and attack my vehicle". We can not expect change until what happened to me in 2008 is acknowledged, she had said.
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Dutta also said that popular actors have worked with Patekar despite knowing about his alleged mistreatment of actresses and named Akshay Kumar and Rajnikanth. She questioned whether they have a sense of responsibility and respect, and whether the message they wanted to give their daughters was that it's okay if she gets harassed by a man, because the people in power will continue to work with him anyway. "Agar nahi deti, toh film nahi milegi (If you don't put out, you won't get the film)", Tanushree said.