#MeToo: After Alleged Suicide Bid, Anirban Das Blah Relocates To Bengaluru, Enrolls For Therapy

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The family of Anirban Das Blah, who has been accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women, reportedly felt it was best to move away from Mumbai in the present situation.

Written By Joel Kurian | Mumbai | Updated On:

Allegations have flown thick and fast in the ongoing #MeToo movement in the country. While some of the accused have denied the claims and some have responded legally, Anirban Das Blah had a shocking reaction after accusations against him. The co-founder of celebrity talent management firm KWAN, Anirban Das Blah allegedly tried to commit suicide by attempting to jump off a bridge in Navi Mumbai, before being thwarted by the police.

READ: #MeToo: After Anirban Blah, Co-Founder Of Exceed Entertainment Afsar Zaidi Accused Of Sexual Harassment

And now according to the latest report in a Mumbai-based tabloid, Blah, along with his family has relocated to Bengaluru. Moreover, he is also attending therapy sessions at a centre in the city. Quoting a source, the report claimed that the family felt relocating to another city was extremely crucial post the controversy, and they have no plans to return to Mumbai anytime soon. Blah is reportedly under 'depression' following the recent turn of events, but he is not undergoing rehabilitation as certain reports claimed. The former partner of KWAN is at home and goes for therapy sessions every day, the report claimed.

Blah was accused by multiple anonymous women of sexual misconduct, where he reportedly tried to kiss them, asked them to strip, inviting them over to saying ‘casting happens in hotel rooms and not in public spaces’ and asking if they were willing to be a part of an 'unnatural sex set-up'. 

READ: #MeToo: KWAN Issues Fresh Statement On Anirban Das Blah, Says They Have No Sympathy For Him

As the allegations stirred a row, he tendered his resignation as a trustee of Deepika Padukone’s NGO The Live Love Laugh Foundation. Stating they had no sympathy for Blah, KWAN, which apart from Deepika, has Hrithik Roshan, Tiger Shroff, Shraddha Kapoor, among others as clients, also removed him from the board of directors. The company’s CEO, Vijay Subramanian said the other 10 partners have taken over his stake in the company to ensure his exit. Before his alleged suicide attempt, he reportedly sent a letter to a media group employee, where he apparently expressed regret about his inability to 'separate sex from power' and how it had turned him into a ‘monster.' 



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