Nana Patekar - Tanushree Dutta Harassment Case: Mumbai Police Summons Daisy Shah To Record Statement!
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#MeToo movement started gaining momentum postTanushree Dutta levelled charges of sexual harassment against Bollywood veteran Nana Patekar. Post this, many women came forward to give their accounts of #MeToo. Tanushree's case opened a can of worms of sorts as many cases came to light and it galvanised the #MeToo movement. And now Daisy who had supported Tanushree on this matter has been summoned by Mumbai Police reports ANI.

Daisy Shah, who was last in Salman Khan starrer Race 3, worked as Ganesh Acharya's assistant choreographer then in 2008 When this incident had happened. Daisy also has voiced her opinion siding Tanushree, who has also accused Acharya of similar chargesTanushree Dutta Gives a BEFITTING Reply to Rakhi Sawant For Maligning Her Name

 "After this step that Tanushree Dutta has taken, there might be more women who want to talk about this and this will give them courage. Nobody will want to talk about all these things. I mean it's not a good thing. Why would anybody want to talk about sexual harassment that person has gone through and that too after a decade", said Daisy to bollywoodhungama.com. #MeToo Movement: Vikas Bahl’s Accuser Requests Court to Drop Her Name From the Filmmaker’s Defamation Suit

 

Before Daisy, journalist Janice Sequeira had come forward as she was assigned to cover the making of the said song from the sets of  Horn Ok Please.  Her accounts clearly suggested that Tanushree was disturbed by what had happened to her. And now Daisy's statement will bring to the fore some key facts if not conclusive evidence. "Tanushree must have been touched in a wrong way or (Why would she make such satements) First 2 days everything went very swiftly and on the third day something happened which I am not.. I can only hope for it because if you can't stand for yourself, nobody will," she had said.