Maharashtra commission for women slaps notice on Nana Patekar, summons Tanushree Dutta

I'm hoping more voices join me Tanushree Dutta

I'm hoping more voices join me Tanushree Dutta

In the note, Tanushree Dutta stated that she filed her complaint under Sections 354, 354 (A), Section 34 and Section 509 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

Soon after Akshay's complaint, the said video was deleted from the YouTube channel. The latest update is that Tanushree Dutta is now planning to file an FIR after a decade and her lawyer has further warned that if the actress doesn't get to do, he will approach the High Court.

"Dutta visited the police station last night and submitted a written complaint", Shailesh Pasalwar, a Mumbai police inspector, told AFP. On the other hand, the actress' lawyer Nitin Satpute have maintained that the actress is now out of Mumbai and that he will be going to the police station on Tuesday to check on the complaint.

Maharashtra State Commission for Women (MSCW) has taken cognisance of the complaint registered by Tanushree Dutta and has issued notices to actor Nana Patekar, choreographer Ganesh Acharya, producer Samee Siddiqui and director Rakesh Sarang.

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She also alleged in the interview that filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri had behaved inappropriately towards her during the shooting of the 2005 movie "Chocolate: Deep Dark Secrets".

On the way out, her auto was attacked but with the help of the police she managed to escape from the spot, it added. "After recording her statement, we will decide the next action", Nitin Satpute added up.

"After the above incident I was under tremendous shock and I suffered psychological trauma and was unable to take work and suffered huge monetary loss in crores", Dutta said in the letter. "The truth that was there 10 years back stands true even today", he said.

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