We Must Listen To The Truth, says Chitrangda Singh on Tanushree Controversy

Author |Oct 06, 2018

Chitrangda Singh said "Tanushree Dutta is telling the truth", extend her support to the actress in an interview with Mumbai Mirror.

Chitrangda Singh once forced to shoot a sex scene with Nawazuddin Siddique in Babumoshai Bandookbaaz directed by Kushan Nandy. The actress brought her shocking story after she made her decision to walk out of the film in 2016. At that time, she refused to continue the intimate scene when director Kushan Nandy kept demanding her wear just a petticoat for the scene.

Recently when Tanushree Dutta come out into open about the incident in 2008 on the set of Horn Ok Please which detail almost the same to Chitrangda Singh, the actress raised her voice to support Tanushree.

I Support Tanushree Dutta, Says Chitrangda Singh

I lend my Support to Tanushree Dutta

In her statement, the gorgeous actress firmly stated that she would give her best support to Tanushree to stand up against the evil in Bollywood industry. In addition, she believes it took a great bravery to call out the name and reveal the detail of the story. Moreover, these harassers they had to face with either Bollywood influencer or veteran actor.

Tanushree Is Telling The Truth!


"She Is Telling The Truth"

Experienced the same matter several years ago and also shocking people by announcing it in the News, Chitrangda Singh said she understood what Tanushree will go through when she speaks up. "The trolling, the comment, the opposition", Tanushree will have to confront with all of this while surrounded by the media at every step.

Regarding of Tanushree Dutta revelation after 10 years since the incident happened, Chitrangda Singh said: "The matter is she telling the truth."

We Must Listen To Tanushree, Not Question Her Motives!


"If it's justice, it doesn't matter 5 years or 10 years"

At present, many people questioned the veracity of Tanushree Dutta allegations, part of it due to her late disclosure. In contrast, Chitrangda Singh holds a different view: "It doesn't matter when you tell it, if she is telling the truth, it should be heard".

According to the actress, in rape cases or molestation cases, there are many victims who have not found their courage to speak up because they are afraid they won't be heard, so we should lend an ear and heard them out.

Bollywood Unites For Tanushree Dutta

Bollywood and MeToo movement

When asked about Metoo movement in Bollywood, Chitrangada shared that there is a gradual improvement. However, Indian society and culture are quite different from Western country. For that reason, she cannot expect people to apply the same rule or pattern to India.

Lastly, Chitrangada concluded her saying by giving encouragement to victim of sexual abuse to voice up.


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