The Mumbai Police said it didn’t discover any proof in the inappropriate behavior and sexual harassment grumbling and molestation filed by on-screen character Tanushree Dutta against Nana Patekar. Dutta’s claims in October a year ago fuelled the #MeToo development in Bollywood.
“No evidence to indict entertainer Nana Patekar in Tanushree Dutta attack case,” the police gave its statement in the court.
The Oshiwara police on Wednesday recorded a ‘B Summary’ report before the court. A ‘B-Summary’ report is recorded when the police does not discover any proof against the blamed to document a chargesheet and progress with a scrutiny and trial.
Dutta blamed Patekar for molesting her on the recordings of 2008 film ‘Horn Ok Please’. She affirmed that Patekar improperly touched her during the recording of the song regardless of her declaring that she wasn’t open to performing “scurrilous, indecent, vulgar or awkward advances”.
Dutta asserted that industry insiders very well knew about the occurrence, in any case, they didn’t talk about it. Nana Patekar had disproved the charges, calling the claims “a blatant lies”. Responding to the objection documented by Dutta at that point, he had stated, “Whatever I had to say about the incident, I had stated about 10 years ago. This is nothing but a lie and blatant falsehood.”
In May, Dutta’s legal advisor Nitin Satpute had held a press conference session to disperse false claims about Mumbai Police giving Patekar a clean chit.