The actress claimed that she has been receiving threats of violence from the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena and recently even two people tried to invade into her home.
Tanushree Dutta has finally received the legal notice but it’s not just from Nana Patekar but also from filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri.
Yes, the actress has been slapped with two notices after accusing them of misbehaving with her in separate incidents.
Reacting to the notices, Tanushree said,
“I have been slapped with two legal notices. One from Nana Patekar and another from Vivek Agnihotri. This is the price you pay for speaking out against harassment, humiliation and injustice in India. Both Nana's and Vivek Agnihotris teams are on a smear campaign against me by constructing outright lies and misinformation on social media platforms and other public platforms,"
The actress claimed that she has been receiving threats of violence from the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena and recently even two people tried to invade into her home. Tanushree further added
"Their supporters are coming ahead and weaving damming allegations against me even shouting at the top of their voices at press conferences. Today while I was at home and the police personnel posted outside my home were on a lunch break two unnamed suspicious individuals tried getting into our home uninvited but were stopped just in time by security personnel in the building. Violent threats are being issued against me by the MNS party. I'm being threatened to be dragged into the court and legal system of India,"
For the unversed Tanushree Dutta accused Patekar of misbehaving with her verbally and physically while filming a dance number for 2008 film Horn OK Pleassss. She alleged that Patekar called members of Raj Thackeray’s Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) party on the set to intimidate her when she refused his advances.
On another occasion, she claimed that Agnihotri, the director of her 2005 film Chocolate: Deep Dark Secrets, had once asked her to remove her clothes to 'help' co-star Irrfan Khan get a scene right.
Well, We wonder what new turns will this case take
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