Tanushree Dutta Slams ‘De De Pyaar De’ Cast For Working With MeToo Accused Alok Nath

Tanushree Dutta, who initiated the #MeToo Movement in India and took our film fraternity on the storm. Now, she is in news again for targeting the lead cast of De De Pyaar De, Ajay Devgn, Rakul Preet and Tabu for working with Alok Nath in the film. She also wrote an open letter for the trio and titled Ajay Devgn a ‘morally bankrupt’ actor. She also slammed Rakul Preet and Tabu by calling them ‘faker rag doll heroines’.

Read her open letter her as she writes,

“It’s time India wakes up and stops worshipping these morally bankrupt actors, directors, producers and others who clearly put on a facade of being family men just to promote their careers that they build on the tears of women like Vinta and others whom they silence using their muscle power. If you dig deep you will find skeletons in their closets so horrendous that it will totally make sense why they would stand supporting the accused rapists, harassers and abusers and why their conscience doesn’t prick them while doing so and why they give evasive answers when questioned.”

Writing further,

“Birds of a feather always flock together and that’s why perhaps it doesn’t bother some of these people to work with a guy who has been accused by several women of horrendous behavior and that’s why there’s always an excuse.”

“The law and order in India has always been skewed against the victims of sexual crimes and that’s why the criminals have always been out on bail, the burden of proof always on the poor woman and hence justice in court has been a far fetched dream mostly apart from very few exceptions that too after years perhaps. But now we know that even the bigwigs of Bollywood not only love to support such creepy individuals but when u question them they give weird answers! The disgrace is not in the question or the topic but in your own conscience and soul!! You are the disgrace!”

Tanushree also slams Rakul Preet and Tabu in her letter,

“I hope and pray that someday Bollywood can be free of such lowlifes enjoying the adulation of millions but socially so irresponsible. We need to have real heroes and heroines in Bollywood, real men and women who stand up for the dignity of helpless folks, be living examples of compassion, goodwill, and heroism and make a real impact in the nation by using their power and position to help rather than derail movements such as #metoo and other causes and lead by example. Till then no option but to put up with these fake heroes and their even faker rag doll heroines!!”

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