Tanushree Dutta seeks Maharashtra Women Commission’s intervention on Nana Patekar

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The former Miss India has sought women commission's intervention days after she alleged that veteran actor Nana Patekar allegedly misbehaved with her. His complaint alleges that the video is edited in such a way that it appears like he was speaking against Tanushree.

"If you desire, we would readdress your grievances by conducting a fair and expeditious inquiry in a joint meeting where both the parties and both sides (ie you and Mr Nana Patekar), also since you mentioned the names of Mr Rakesh Sarang (director), Mr Ganesh Acharya (choreographer) and the producer Mr Siddiqui". Tanushree makes shocking statement on her participation in Salman Khan's Show.

We were then taken to the police station and my statement was recorded but not as per the complaint. She said that Patekar, 67, was inappropriate during a song sequence for the 2008 move "Horn OK Pleassss".

As scores of women from media and entertainment industry open up about their harrowing experience of sexual harassment sparking a Me Too movement in India, Actor Pooja Bhatt has stated that not every man is a sexual predator. Ms Dutta had also alleged political threats and a "violent attack" by activists of the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena or MNS, after she protested the incident 10 years ago.

Dutta on Saturday filed a police complaint against Patekar who allegedly sexually harassed her on the sets of a film in 2008.

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On the way out, her vehicle was attacked but with the help of the police she managed to escape from the spot, it added.

She added, "After the above incident, I was under tremendous shock and I suffered psychological trauma and was unable to take work and suffered a huge monetary loss in crores".

Actor Nana Patekar on Monday said the truth about actress Tanushree Dutta's allegations of sexual harassment against him has not changed even a decade later, reported ANI. In the video, the question he was asked was shown as related to Tanushree, but the answer he gave was to a question asked about Kareena and his upcoming movie. "Jo jhooth hai, woh jhooth hai (A lie is a lie)" he said before getting into a auto.