The #MeToo movement will never die’

Because of the impact the movement has had, people will think twice before misbehaving because you don’t know who will turn out to be another Tanushree Dutta

Tanushree Dutta is in a happy space now. Calm, relaxed and at peace with herself and the world around her. The only blimp in the horizon is returning to the US. “My parents are so happy to have me around. I am so happy to be with them. Even if I am not always yapping with them, I am still in the house, you know,” she says. But home is New Jersey where she moved in 2010 when the events over three days at the film set of Horn OK PLeassss in 2008, prompted to her leave Bollywood. “Everyone makes it about Nana Patekar versus me. But I want to make it clear there were three more people who harassed me — the producer, director and the choreographer. An FIR has been filed against all four of them for sexual harassment.” She doesn’t like to mull over the past, though it may seem like it, since she has been speaking about what happened to her 10 years ago. “There was a time in my life when I would often look back and think about things that I lost, how I was wronged, how nobody heard me out and gave me justice. Then, people would say, ‘Move on, rape toh nahin kiya na’.

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