They brought down Weinstein, we can't even touch Nana: Tanushree
Tanushree Dutta is angry and rightly so. Her sexual harassment allegations against Nana Patekar should have opened Pandora's Box of similar stories, but nothing much happened this week. Speaking about this, and drawing similarities to Hollywood's #MeToo movement and how it brought down the influential producer Harvey Weinstein, Tanushree said we won't be able to do anything to Nana. Here's more on what she said.
Hollywood as an industry is gigantic, and Tanushree spoke about it. She said their movies are dubbed in hundreds of languages and everyone around the globe watch them. She added if Hollywood's top producer, who won Oscars, was stripped of his power, and we (Bollywood) weren't even able to touch Nana, it was a shame.
The entire experience on sets of the 2008 movie was traumatic for Tanushree. After the alleged harassment, her vanity van was attacked. Speaking about this, the actress said she didn't know if she could come out alive. "Have you ever being attacked by an angry mob?" she asked. Tanushree said she feared for her parents' lives, and they weren't 'supposed to be there.
"In our country, girls are always questioned. Upon complaining, she is labeled a prostitute. If a girl tells a man stole something from her, she will be the one to be doubted. You all are like this, you don't deserve #MeToo," Tanushree concluded.