Bollywood actor Tanushree Dutta has made a decision to step back for a while to "regain strength" from the upheaval caused in the industry after she accused actor Nana Patekar of sexually harassing her. I will be back in a few days and join the fight again.
In the statement, the actor said that in the last eight years she has become used to live a peaceful lifestyle.
"My throat is swollen, voice down and I'm unwell because of the exhaustion of the last few days", she stated. "It is my dharma; my duty as a human being".
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Tanushree Dutta, who had been away from India for quite some time, returned in July this year. Meanwhile, Aashiq Banaya Aapne actor has asserted that she is taking some rest and will stay away from the ongoing battle for a few days. She said she was harassed by actor Nana Patekar on the sets of 2009 film Horn Ok Pleassss.
Tanushree Dutta in an interview had alleged that, after she refused to do some intimate dance steps with Nana Patekar, he called the MNS party to further harass her and the producers called in the media to get some publicity from the incident. "The notice that I have sent is a standard one - denying allegations and asking for an apology", said Patekar's lawyer Rajendra Shirodkar, according to a FirstPost report. However, hours later, Tanushree's team issued a clarification that the actor has not received any such notice.