Daisy Shah Summoned To Record A Statement In The Nana Patekar-Tanushree Dutta Case

Sukriti Gumber , 28 Nov 2018
Tanushree Dutta
Tanushree Dutta

The #MeToo movement gained momentum in India recently when Tanushree Dutta accused Nana Patekar of sexually harassing her, back in 2008. The actress alleged that during the shoot of Horn OK Please, Nana abused her physically and verbally while filming a song. She filed a complaint against the actor but no action was taken due to the abuse of power in our country.

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Daisy Shah

As per latest reports, Mumbai police is recording the statements of everyone who was present on the sets at the time of the incident. Daisy Shah‘s name has come to the forefront as she was the assistant director of choreographer, Ganesh Acharya when the film was being shot.

A senior police officer confirmed the news to Mid-Day, saying:

We will record statements of everyone present on the sets when the alleged incident took place. Shah has been asked to record her statement at the police station whenever she is comfortable, within a week or two.

Meanwhile, Daisy told News18 that:

I was just an assistant choreographer who knew nothing about what all was happening. I have nothing to say about it. My job over there was only to teach steps. I wasn’t the part of the internal conversation of what was happening and not happening. I was just like a random person who was shooting on that film.

We sincerely hope that the Mumbai police announces a verdict soon enough. This particular incident shouldn’t be brushed under the carpet, like so many other cases in our country.

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