Tanushree Dutta's story began to be discussed as soon as

Tanushree Dutta
Tanushree Dutta
Datta's story began to be discussed as soon as, until today and in the headlines Today, reporter Jenice Siquera confirmed the matter and supported the film's assistant director Shiny Shetty.

When actress Tanushree Dutta reminded Indians of her alleged sexual harassment with Nana Patekar on the set of Horn OK game nearly a decade ago, Bollywood professionals gave their reaction not to #MeToo, but #IBelieveHer. This hashtag is proof that Bollywood is far behind in presenting a model like Hollywood. In the same case in Hollywood, the whole body stood, and many producers such as producer Harvey Weinstein, actor Kevin Spicey, comedian Bill Cosby, got the support of the public and entertainment industry and had to face legal action.

Datta's story began to be discussed as soon as, until today and in the headlines Today, reporter Jenice Siquera confirmed the matter and supported the film's assistant director Shiny Shetty. After this, Priyanka Chopra, Farhan Akhtar, Sonam Kapoor, Swara Bhaskar also supported Datta. In spite of these comments, it seems that Bollywood has made the announcement silent. There will be no #TimesUp movement here and celebrities will not come in black clothes to show solidarity with the victims at any award show.

For veterans such as Amitabh Bachchan of the film world, it is the ultimate pleasure in silence. On the occasion of the launch of the trailer of the upcoming movie Thugs of Hindistan, they would have avoided joining any controversy. His faint reaction was, "Neither my name is Tanushree nor Nana Patekar." Incidentally, Bachchan is the ambassador of the 'Beti Bachao, Beti Practice' movement of the Government and he gets many awards for his role in Pink Have been. For the promotion of this film, he wrote a long letter warning his Grand Doters that he has got to grow in a difficult world.

Actress Raveena Tandon, the most vocal response after Datta's accusation. He tweeted: "The truth is that many wives / girlfriends of this industry are still mute and encouraging, when their actor husband falls behind an actress and plays a game of flirt and destroys his career and his Find a new hunt in place. Our motto of making films on most of these women's empowerment proves to be hollow. "The tandan strike on Bollywood's duplicity is absolutely correct.

After raising Datta's voice, film producer and choreographer Farh Khan shared a photo on Instagram, in which his brother Sajid's directorial debut, Housefull 4, is seen. There are also Nana Patekar in it. Twinkle Khanna gave Datta his support, but his husband Akshay Kumar is working with Patekar in this film. The actress like Renuka Shahane admitted that many men and women have been victimized by Nana Patekar's anger, but no appeal like Patkar's boycott has come out.

It is far from punishing, the film industry is not willing to reprimand the men who are violent or ill-treated. In the year 2002, Aishwarya Rai had refused to work with her ex-boyfriend Salman Khan, releasing a emotional statement, "For the sake of its own goodness." Aishwarya had said that in a two-year relationship, The excessive drinking habit and tolerance of their 'literal, physical and mental' abuse. In spite of this, Salman is practically unassailable.

Dutta is being discouraged and discredited by saying that after returning from the US, he is doing all this for publicity. They are currently settled in America. Datta is rebel and is demanding action, due to which his critics' anger is increasing. Looks like Bollywood does not want any solution to this problem. By July, 2018, only seven production houses have agreed on the sexual harassment cell at the workplace as per the Sexual Harassment Act.

Last year, a female Assistant had accused the development of Manipat on the development. This incident was forgotten and Bahal had an opportunity to direct Hrithik Roshan to the film on the life of super 30 founder Anand Kumar. Will Dutta get another chance? Will someone move forward and help them to regain their careers who have exposed the dirty secrets of the industry? Richa Chadha says, "Silence has become an option." This is true. Actors have long been able to stay in the industry for a long time. But now its walls, which are inaccessible, hope that one day they will have the courage to speak.