She also alleged that people in Bollywood knew about Nana Patekar's harassment of women actors but stayed mum about it, and big stars like Akshay Kumar and Rajinikanth worked with him despite his acts of indecency against women in the film fraternity.
The actor, who has featured in films such as "Aashiq Banaya Aapne" and "Chocolate", said she spoke about the issue earlier and no one had the right to say anything to her. Recently actress Tanushree Datta made a shocking revelation and shared her #MeToo moment in Bollywood. The actress alleged that Nana Patekar has sexually harassed her.
Well, not just that, she made it clear yet again like the other actors how the casting couch works in Bollywood. Similarly, she adds, even though everyone would gossip about Patekar's alleged attitude towards women, no publication picked up the story. "People keep mum because of this ideology that this person had a name so how do we speak against this person", she said. The industry never stood up for me, they never condemned it. "It was supposed to be a solo sequence of mine", the actress said.
Talking about her decision to quit the industry, Tanushree says, "It's been 10 years since I left the industry".
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"Behind the back, they are so dirty". The Bollywood beauty also claimed that numerous directors and the actors of the Indian film fraternity are equally obscene but no one dares to point them out because of the fear of losing roles and opportunities. But these things never take surface because their PR package it very well. In the film industry, everybody knows that he is rude to women and has also beaten them on the sets. "In tears, she narrated what really happened", she added. Nana misbehaved and intimidated her on the sets.
She further revealed, "My father told the producers that we will leave for the day and asked them to think over the situation".
The ball for India's #MeToo movement could have started rolling a decade ago, had the industry not remained silent when she had first levelled harassment accusations against veteran actor Nana Patekar, says actress and former beauty queen Tanushree Dutta. She ended up doing three more Hindi films - Ramaa The Saviour, Apartment and Rokk - and a Tamil one before vanishing into oblivion. "When I was called for rehearsal I was told that Nana ji was also there in the song".
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