Former actress Tanushree Dutta revealed that she was being harassed ‘very badly’ and that she is targeted by 'Bollywood mafia, political circuit, and anti-national elements'.
Tanushree Dutta took to social media and shared a long note explaining her ordeal. She said that she was being ‘targeted’ by ‘Bollywood mafia, political circuit, and anti-national elements'.
Tanushree Dutta made headlines in 2018 when the #MeToo movement was highlighted in India following her sexual harassment allegations against well-known Bollywood celebrities.She wrote: "I'm being harassed & targeted very badly. Please someone do something!! First, it was my Bollywood work being sabotaged last year, then a maid was planted to douse my drinking water with medications & steroids which caused all kinds of severe health problems, then when I escaped to Ujjain in May my vehicle brakes tampered with twice & accident. I barely escaped death & returned to Mumbai after 40 days to resume normal life & work. Now strange disgusting stuff in my building outside my flat."
"I'm not going to commit suicide for sure yeh kaan kholkar sun lo sab log!! Nor am I leaving & going anywhere. I'm here to stay & resurrect my public career to greater heights than ever before! The Bollywood Mafia, the old political circuit of Maharashtra ( which still has influence here) and nefarious anti-national criminal elements together usually operate like this to trouble people," she wrote."I'm very sure the #metoo culprits & the NGO who I exposed are behind all this because why else would I be targeted & harassed like this?? Shame on you all! Shame on you!🥺 I know a lot of people will try to dismiss me but I've been posting updates on insta for a long time. It's severe mental, physical & psychological harassment. What kind of place is this where young boys & girls can just be harassed and killed for standing against injustice??" Tanushree Dutta added.
"I wish president rule & military rule to be established in Maharashtra & central govt exerting total controle over ground level matters too. Things are really going out of hand here. Regular folks like me are suffering. Something drastic has to happen here. Today it's me tomorrow it can be you also. No law and order in this city anymore! Used to be a safe haven always for artists & single women," she concluded.