Tanushree Dutta recalls the horrifying experience with Raj Thackeray’s political party workers


Amidst the trailer launch of his upcoming film "Thugs of Hindustan", the actor was asked for his reaction on the fiasco that has arisen in B-Town after Indian model and actor Tanushree Dutta accused actor Nana Patekar of sexual misdemeanor. He was being aggressive and was pushing me around. The actor did not just describe the ordeal, but she has also levelled allegations against those involved - actor Nana Patekar, producer Sami Siddiqui, director Rakesh Sarang and choreographer Ganesh Acharya. "He was grabbing my hands and teaching me how to dance", Ms Dutta told NDTV in an interview. My complaint was not heard.

Shockingly enough, choreographer of the movie in context, Ganesh Acharya denies her allegations of intimate scenes in dance sequel and also doesn't approve of Nana calling some political biggie from his contact list. She says that actors like Rajnikant and Khiladi Kumar to be sensitive enough not to work with him. She also alleged that Mr Patekar sent goons from the Raj Thackeray-led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena or MNS after her when she rejected his advances.

"They made sure that we did not escape from the studio, they locked the gates and then the cops came and they got us out. People have been arrogantly carrying forward this narrative", she said. I don't have the agreement with me because that time we used to do it verbally.

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This week, Tanushree Dutta controversially named Nana Patekar as the actor who allegedly harassed her while filming a song sequence 10 years ago - Ms Dutta eventually quit the film. There were 50-100 people on the set with me", Mr Patekar said, adding, "Will see what I can do legally.

Later, calling Patekar a criminal, Tanushree had said that big names in Bollywood should not have worked with him. Post the incident on the sets of Horn OK Please, Nana Patekar called up this political party who has a reputation of lynching and causing damages on the sets. Later, he stressed that people can say whatever they want to say, it will not become a deterrent to his work.

Meanwhile, two other Bollywood stars were asked about the controversy. "It would have been out in 2009 itself if such a thing had happened". "Now whether such thing has happened it is for people to investigate it, don't think we can comment on it".