Bollywood Actress Tanushree Dutta, who is credited for spearheading the ‘Me Too’ movement in World, has now vehemently hit out at Bollywood Famous actor Ajay Devgn and the makers of (De De Pyaar De) in a open letter for continuing to work with rape accused actor Alok Nath.
In an statement, Tanushree Dutta said, (Tinsel town is house of liars, show offs and spineless hypocrites, and it seems by a large public consensus that the signpost is pointing currently on Ajay Devgn.”
Pointing out it the actor had sworn nothing to work with those accused of sexual harassment during the ‘Me Too’ movement, in an (surprising and convenient) turn of events continues to work with Alok Nath and even support his comeback to Bollywood industry.
Tanushree also questioned if it was so difficult to edit out Alok nath’s portions in the movie or hire someone else and reshoot his bits, claiming that no one know the rape and sexual harassment accused actor was a part of the movie, Tanushree suggested that Ajay Devgan and the makers could have (quietly replaced him and re shot his portions and given Vinta Nanda the respect she deserves as good as several other women,) the statement read.
Further calling it an (show of solidarity with all rapist, molesters and harassers of Bollywood Industry,) Tanushree condemned them for their decision to (keep the alleged rapist in their movie and rub it on not only Vinta’s but at all our faces.)
Calling every human to wake up and stop (worshipping morally bankrupt) members of the Bollywood industry, Tanushree claimed their acts were just a facade and alleged that one would also find skeletons in their closets. In her notes, tanushree also condemned the flawed law and order system that asks victims for proof while the criminals are let out on bail.
Tanushree Dutta also expressed an need to have (real Actors and Actresses) in Bollywood Industry to stand up for the dignity of the helpless folk and be living examples of compassion, goodwill and heroism.
Tanushree Dutta condemns Ajay Devgn for working with Alok Nath: calls him (morally bankrupt)