Just months after returning to her home country, Tanushree Dutta became a recipient of flak for resurfacing the news of the incident that took place back in 2008. While shooting for a song on the sets of 'Horn Ok Pleassss', the actress accused Nana Patekar of sexual misconduct which he has denied. The veteran actor has further filed a legal notice and demanded a public apology from the actress and if she fails to do so, she will face severe consequences.
In an exclusive interaction with Republic TV's Editor-In-Chief Arnab Goswami, Tanushree Dutta fired shots on meeting Nana Patekar face-to-face. On being asked if she would face Nana on the allegations she made against him, she said, "Of course, he is not ready to face me. He cannot face me. I have no qualms although I feel he is a disgusting man who has still not taken responsibility for his actions."
The actress, who shared minute-by-minute account with Republic TV Editor-In-Chief Arnab Goswami, further added, "That man creeps me out. I don't know, this is a possibility that I did not consider but I will blast the sh*t out of him because he knows he is wrong. He can hide and attack me but in front of me he cannot do anything."
Tanushree has been the first actress to ignite a sense of the 'Me Too' movement in the Indian film industry. In a statement shared previously, she confessed that it is not a news story anymore but a war countless millions are fighting. "This is a war that I have been called to partake in for not only my sake but for the sake for countless millions. It is my dharma; my duty as a human being," read her statement. She has now received three legal notices for which she says she has a legal team "in place". Meanwhile, on the work front, the actress is not too keen on working in Bollywood and shared that she did not expect this thing to blow up as it did and that she was nervous before coming to India.