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Tanushree Dutta yet to get Nana Patekar’s notice
MUMBAI: Despite getting threats of legal notice from Nana Patekar for accusing him of sexual assault, actor Tanushree Dutta revealed that neither has she got any legal notice from the actor’s lawyer nor is she afraid of him.
“I am putting together a team of lawyers and advocates to defend my interests. Also contrary to claims made by Nana’s lawyer, I have not received any legal notice. So ‘Bluffmaster’ gogo needs to step up his game a bit here,” THE Former Beauty queen SAID In A statement.
Earlier this week, Tanushree came in front of the media and accused the “Welcome” actor of harassing her on THE sets of THEIR 2008 ilm “Horn Ok Pleassss”.
In an interview, she recounted Nana’s “misbehaviour” on the set.
“HE (NANA PATEKAR) CALLED THE MNS (Maharashtra Navnirman Sena) party to BASH up my CAR. HE was BEHIND Everything and was supported by Ganesh Acharya (choreographer)...”
Following the allegations, Patekar’s lawyer responded saying, he will send a legal notice to her.
Tanushree said that no one can stop her from speaking the truth and the “threat of legal notice” can’t intimidate her.
The 34-year-old actor also expressed concern over the lawyers who can do anything for money.
“Im sure this guy has many skeletons in his closet too as birds of a FEATHER Always lock together. THIS Is the story of countless millions in our country who are still waiting for justice because they got dragged into a web of legal mumbo jumbo and were silenced into submission.”
The Good Boy, Bad Boy star also urged the Indian judicial system to take Nana and his lawyer into custody AND question them. MEANWHILE, veteran singer Asha Bhosle says that she is glad to see that women are coming out in open to talk about their issues and ight AGAINST INJUSTICE.
Asha Bhosle was interacting with media at the launch of new iphone XS and iphone XS max along with Madhuri Dixit Nene on Friday in Mumbai.
When asked about her take on current scenario where women are standing up against injustice towards them in the society, she said, “It’s a positive step and women should express their Issues AND should ight For THEIR JUSTICE otherwise people who are exploiting women will get an encouragement so it’s really good that women are coming out in the open to talk about issues.”
Asha Bhosle (left) and actress Madhuri Dixit Nene talk during a promotional event for a mobile phone in Mumbai on Friday.