Former Bollywood actress Tanushree Dutta recently opened up about an incident that took place 10 years ago and accused veteran actor Nana Patekar for his alleged misconduct on the sets of 'Horn Ok Pleassss'. Ever since the controversy broke out, it has been a burning topic of discussion and various Bollywood celebrities have come forward in support of the actress.
Earlier, a video of her car being attacked went viral on social media to which the actress had alleged that the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) was involved in mobbing her vehicle when she stepped out of 'Horn Ok Pleassss' in 2008. The actress had also alleged that she had been getting threats from the MNS, adding that two unknown people recently tried to barge into her home. There were questions directed at her as to why didn't she file an FIR back in 2008, to which Tanushree Dutta exclusively spoke to Arnab Goswami, Editor-in-chief of Republic TV and disclosed,
"So that night after the attack and mob lynching finished, we were all shaken up. The cops came and rescued us, and sitting inside the car I was afraid and questioned my self if we were going to reach home or not. After the cops rescued us, they took us to the police station and where the cop was taking my complaint, I narrated everything to him and I filed an FIR. I would never have imagined in my wildest dreams that my day would end like this. I was shaken up for years after that but I had gone to the cops station and told him everything that happened and I saw this other guy writing it down. I said everything from my end, and I remember the cop asking me if I wanted to put Nana Patekar's name in the complaint and that pissed me off. The police told me that my name will also be included and I'll have to keep coming to the cops station and the court, to which I said, I have given everything from my end now you have to investigate. He then made me sign it and then I went home."