The Tanushree Dutta-Nana Patekar controversy is all scattered all over the nation and more it is being talked about more people are coming forward whether in support or not. The actress of ‘Ashique Banaya Apne’, Tanushree Dutta was missing from the industry for a long time but she recently started coming out and she revealed an incident which is staggering to hear. She spoke about her sexual harassment at the hands of veteran actor Nana Patekar on a film set of ‘Horn OK Please’ from 2008.
Recently the video also surfaced the internet where it is quite visible how a man is beating up Tanushree’s car while the actress and her father is sitting inside the car. After Nana and Ganesh Acharya’s side of the story, the person who was beating and attacking the car have come out to say his side of the story.
Tanushree earlier claimed that members of the party, MNC (Thackeray-led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena) stormed the set and became violent. "They attacked our car and broke the windshield. This was happening in full view of hundreds of mediapersons and channels. It's documented," Dutta said.
The man who features in an orange in the video, banging on the windshield and deflating the tyres of the car have spoken why he did all of it. The man, Pawan Bharadwaj, revealed that his aggression had nothing to do with Nana Patekar or any of the parties.
Pawan said, "I was asked by the assignment desk to go for a shoot at Filmistan studio that day. I went with our reporter Tejal Mehta to do the story at Filmistan, I did not have any idea what the story was or who was involved in it. We waited for the actors to exit the shooting floor, and as soon as we saw Tanushree Dutta and her father emerge, I started rolling my camera".
He claimed the actress's entourage was violent for no reason and thus he did all of it out of anger. "Tanushree's team attacked our reporter Tejal and then her father snatched my camera from my hand and slammed it on the ground, my camera broke from the front and back," he claimed.
Pawan also alleged that Tanushree and her father ran over his feet in the rush and he further spoke "I almost fainted, the bystanders sprinkled water on my face and I revived myself and realised that their car had been stopped near the exit gate by a crowd. I was angry that my camera had been destroyed, I was worried about my job and so I demanded a compensation, but they did not listen to me, so I started hitting the car with my camera in frustration."
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