Tanushree Dutta is back with some harsh words targeted at Bollywood and this time it's for Ajay Devgn in particular. The actress has raised concern over casting Alok Nath in De De Pyaar De and questioned makers over why his scenes weren't re-shot? In a public statement released by the actress, she has called out Ajay for being a morally bankrupt actor and faking his support for the #MeToo movement. We wonder if the makers saw this agitation coming or they didn't realise if it can take an ugly turn. Excited, Nervous: #MeToo Harbinger Tanushree Dutta on Being Guest-Speaker at Harvard Business School in the US.
A statement released by Tanushree read, "Tinsel town is full of liars, showoffs and spineless hypocrites. And it seems by a large public consensus that the signpost is pointing currently at Ajay Devgan. During the #metoo movement in India the actor had tweeted and sworn never to work with those accused and now in a surprising and convenient turn of events is Working with rape and harassment accused Alok Nath and supporting him make a comeback to Bollywood. Doesn't this prove yet again that your big Bollywood heroes are truly zeroes! (sic)"
Tanushree also accused the makers of keeping this alleged rapist in their film and "rubbing it on not only Vinta's but on all our faces as a show of solidarity with all rapists, molesters and harassers of Bollywood". "It's time India wakes up and stops worshipping these morally bankrupt actors, directors, producers and others who clearly put on a facade of being family men just to promote their careers that they build on the tears of women like Vinta and others whom they silence using their muscle power," the statement read further. Rakhi Sawant Is A ‘Certified Virgin’ After Accusing Tanushree Dutta Of Raping Her! HOW?
"This is not the right place to talk about it", said Ajay Devgn when asked about casting Alok Nath in the film. Well, we understand the movie was shot way before the allegations were hurled against Nath but shooting his scenes with another actor was a way out and makers clearly ignored it.