Ready to readdress case if Tanushree Dutta desires: CINTAA

Ready to readdress case if Tanushree Dutta desires: CINTAA

Ready to readdress case if Tanushree Dutta desires: CINTAA

Cine and TV Artists Association (CINTAA) said it is ready to readdress Tanushree Dutta's sexual harassment allegation against Nana Patekar "by conducting a fair and expeditious" inquiry. While some are in support of Tanushree, some are in favour of Nana Patekar and the rest are keeping their mouth shut to avoid further controversy.

The #Metoo movement has finally captured India, thanks to Tanushree Dutta's accusations on Nana Patekar. As per latest reports, Bollywood sensation Tanushree Dutta stated that she will now take the help of the Maharashtra Women Commission.

"Dutta visited the police station last night and submitted a written complaint", Shailesh Pasalwar, a Mumbai police inspector, told AFP.

He also added that the person who had uploaded the video replaced the original actress" name (which was asked in question) with Tanushree Dutta's, who has alleged that Patekar harassed her while shooting for a special dance number for the movie "Horn Ok Pleasss'.

In the note, Tanushree Dutta stated that she filed her complaint under Sections 354, 354 (A), Section 34 and Section 509 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

A message was sent to mediapersons by Nana's son Malhar.

"Nana Patekar's behaviour was inappropriate towards me, he was on the set despite (the fact) his work in the song was over". It read, "Sorry to be messaging at this hour, just wanted to inform that there's no press conference tomorrow, please pass on the message to your colleagues in the media. I would say what I said 10 years back, the truth doesn't change". She also named choreographer Ganesh Acharya, director Rakesh Sarang and producer Sami Siddiqui as accomplices in the harassment she faced.

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