After the allegation Tanushree Dutta against Nana Patekar, one more actress revealed about misbehaves with her at work. Now the allegation is on the famous director Shajid Khan, from improper behaviour to sexual harassment women are coming out and speak about the shame of how the director misdeed with them it was just like a wildfire. Due to this Shajid Khan got dismissed from the Housefull 4. Akshay Kumar has given a statement putting his foot down against this. Form cousin Farhan Akhtar and Farah Khan have criticized his actions. Now tennis player and Lara Dutta’s husband Mahesh Bhupathi, who has been a voice in the #MeToo movement, revealed his dismay about the director.
On the conversation with Barkha Dutt Bhupathi said that his wife Lara told about the Sajid’s inappropriate behaviour with her Housefull co-star.
Mahesh Bhupathi said that:
“We were in London at that time. She would come home and her closest friend was her hair dresser and they both would be complaining about how one of her co-stars was being treated by the director. Rude, vulgar. I told her, ‘You guys are all complicit. All the four of you, who were in the film, were listening to what he was saying and not telling him it’s not ok’. So, at some level you guys are complicit and she agreed.” He did nod in agreement with the moderator when she said that it must have been difficult for them to speak up because their work was in the line, but he added, “In sports, the cream always rises to the top. If you’re good at what you do, you are going to win matches and get results. Obviously, the film industry is different. If the fraternity decides to ostracise you, you don’t get work. But I don’t think its a good enough reason to let things like these slide.”
He also explained fro Lara’s side and said that:
“I think her explanation was the girl was sitting right here and she was ok with it or taking it.”
Not only that the sportsman also criticized top Bollywood stars. Without taking their mane and speak about them and said that:
“I don’t think the cream of the industry has supported the movement. No one said anything. Everyone is on their super-fast path to success at different levels and if it’s not affecting them, it’s not affecting them.”