Tanushree Dutta took the nation by storm by exposing the ugly side of the film industry by accusing Nana Patekar for sexually harassing her on the sets of the movie “Horn Ok Please” 10 years ago.

Tanushree Dutta revealed many shocking things during the interview. She revealed that when she denied doing the intimate steps, Nana Patekar called up goons and damaged her car.

She also went ahead and hold responsible actors like Akshay Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan, Rajnikanth, that are still working with Nana Patekar and all the people who were involved in that case instead of boycotting them. She also revealed how on the sets of the movie chocolate, the director of the movie Vivek Agnihotri misbehaved with her and how Irrfan and Suniel Shetty helped her out at that time.

Tanushree Dutta has almost started a #metoo moment in Bollywood and we are glad that finally women are opening about their experiences and exposing the ugly side of the biggest industry of India.

While many celebrities are keeping mum and ignoring this case, on the other hand, many celebrities like Priyanka Chopra, Parineeti Chopra, Arjun Kapoor, Farhan Akhtar, Siddharth, and many others, are finally taking stand or are atleast listening to Tanushree’s side of story.

Shahid Kapoor’s wife Mira Rajput is the latest one to support #IBelieveTanushreeDutta and question all the wrong things happening in Bollywood world. Mira Kapoor shared a screenshot of Sapna Pabbi’s Instagram post and with that screenshot she made sure to tell the world that she believes Tanushree Dutta. Here, have a look at the Instagram post :

Sapna Pabbi, who has worked in movies like Khamoshiyaan and Punjabi movie ‘Marr Gaye Oye Loko’ as the lead actress, wrote a very heartfelt post about her own experience in the Bollywood industry. How she was made uncomfortable during one of her shoots and how her women stylist was not supportive to her, instead made it more difficult for her.

In her long post, she wrote how the women in the industry or anywhere else are not supportive to another women. Through her Instagram post she asked a very important question – “Where were all the women when this was happening?”

Here, have a look at her Instagram post :

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Needless to say, that Sapna wrote a very well articulated post and an opinion that deserves to be heard. And we completely agree with her that it is high time that women starts taking stand for each other and support each other in RIGHT times like this.

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