Anurag Kashyap, Vikramaditya Motwane, Neeraj Ghaywan open up on the #MeToo controversy

Anurag Kashyap, Vikramaditya Motwane, Neeraj Ghaywan open up on the #MeToo controversy

Anurag Kashyap, Vikramaditya Motwane, Neeraj Ghaywan open up on the #MeToo controversy

According to the report, the woman said she had reached out to Kashyap and detailed her experience, but no action was taken while Bahl continued to harass her until she finally quit the company. "I am an idiot to not understand what I am signing, so I should be put in the dock for that", he added.

She went on to add, "I said it (about nepotism) out of observation, I am not an activist here, though I would love to serve my society; nepotism exists everywhere, we have grown up seeing it". That said, she has called out everyone for not slamming Bahl when the news came into light. Kashyap has opened up about the sexual harassment allegation against his Phantom Films partner Vikas Bahl, saying he was "ill-advised" in the matter by his lawyers.

"On the basis of legal advice being sought then we were told we were severely handicapped by two things - that we were dealing with an equal promoter/director who actually ran the company, and that there was no provision in our contract to sack him on the grounds of misconduct", he added. "He partied every night and shamed me for sleeping early and not being cool enough", she told India Today in an interview. Irresponsible media have misquoted me or taken my quote out of context and made other women react. However, many questioned why Kangana had not chosen to taken about her alleged sexual harassment in the past. So, Sonam Kapoor has the license of trusting some women and some she won't.

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At We The Women Asia event curated by journalist Barkha Dutt in Bengaluru on Sunday, Sonam Kapoor was asked whether anyone from the industry will speak up against Vikas Bahl, who is a prominent filmmaker. "But he got really drunk (or pretended to be) and he forcibly tried to kiss me on the lips, I pushed him and left immediately and he pretended not to see me leaving".

Kashyap admitted to the website, "Whatever happened was wrong".

However, Ranaut was shocked at the industry and people's hypocrisy stating that people are only standing up for the victim now but refused to believe her when she initially shared her ordeal. "But now we are determined to do better".

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The four partners on Saturday announced the dissolution of their joint banner Phantom Films, without citing the reason for this decision.

Neeraj Ghaywan, whose debut feature Masaan (2015) was co-produced by Phantom Films, and who will direct the second season of Sacred Games alongside Kashyap, also issued a statement.

On the other said, Vikas Bahl is now busy in his upcoming project Super 30, in which Hrithik Roshan is playing the lead role. I allowed myself to work where such toxic male behaviour and perverse patriarchal mind-set fostered.

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