Tanushree Dutta-Nana Patekar Row: Horn OK Please Producer Says the Actress Was on Her Periods on the Day of the Incident – Watch Video
Tanushree Dutta, Nana Patekar

Being dubbed as Indian cinema's #MeToo movement, Tanushree Dutta-Nana Patekar row is revealing the truly ingrained sexism prevailing in the film industry. Times Now carried out a sting operation on Samee Siddiqui, Producer of film Horn Ok Please, on sets of which the alleged harassment on the actress took place. In the video, made available to the public, Samee can be seen professing that Tanushree must have been on periods that day for her to get irritated so easily. Tanushree Dutta Accuses Nana Patekar of Sexual Harassment: 'Horn Ok Please' AD Shyni Shetty Backs Actress.

How do we even give any preference to the version of the incident told by Samee, if he has such a sexist outlook? The sting operation was not limited to the producer but also to the director, Rakesh Sarang, was taped. He, too, was had his foot in the mouth. Horn OK Please Actor Muzammil Ibrahim on Tanushree-Nana Controversy: Won’t Be Correct on My Part to Comment on It.

Samee Siddiqui Talks About Tanushree Dutta


Rakesh said that Tanushree is trying to gain publicity for she is going to be a part of Bigg Boss 12. "Now girls are given their bedroom sex videos on the internet. This is what has happened to this industry. People are even taking their clothes off for publicity," he further adds.

Rakesh Sarang Talks About Tanushree Dutta in This Video

One thing from these videos from the sting operation is clear, we are not fighting just the perpetrators who know what the crime is. But instead we are fighting a sexist mindset, that doesn't even realise what the alleged crime means.

Nana Patekar, along with director Rakesh and choreographer, Ganesh Acharya will reportedly take part in a press conference to tell their side of the story.