Tanushree Dutta Sharply Called Out Ajay Devgn For Working With Rape Accused Alok Nath

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Actress Tanushree Dutta, who has been at the forefront of the #MeToo movement in India, has called out actor Ajay Devgn for choosing to work with Alok Nath, who has been accused of rape and harassment by multiple women.

Actress Vinta Nanda filed an FIR alleging rape against Nath, who was given anticipatory bail. Days later, actress Sandhya Mridul came forward with her account of facing harassment by Nath.  

In an open letter, Dutta said Bollywood was “full of liars, showoffs and spineless hypocrites.”

During the #MeToo wave in October, Devgn had tweeted in support of the movement. 

In her letter, Dutta wrote, “Tinsel town is full of liars, showoffs and spineless hypocrites. And it seems by a large public consensus that the signpost is pointing currently at Ajay Devgn. During the #metoo movement in India the actor had tweeted and sworn never to work with those accused and now in a surprising and convenient turn of events is Working with rape and harassment accused Alok Nath and supporting him make a comeback to Bollywood. Doesn’t this prove yet again that your big Bollywood heroes are truly zeroes!”

“Overrated actors and human beings who have created a clout by clever PR machinery and careful manipulation of public sentiments, old stuffy morons who can’t tell the difference between what’s right and wrong and what is the need of the hour!” she added.

About Devgn’s decision to work with Nath in De De Pyaar De, she said,

“Would it be so difficult to just edit out Alok Nath’s portions in the film and hire someone else and reshoot those bits even before the film promotions started?? Nobody even knew before the posters and trailers that Alok Nath is in the film so if Ajay Devgan and the makers...

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