Actor Payal Ghosh has accused filmmaker Anurag Kashyap of sexual harassment and rape in her FIR at the Versova Police station. Recently, Kashyap had gone to record his statement where he has denied all the allegations against him in the FIR and has also claimed that he was not present in the country when Payal said that the incident allegedly happened. Now, actor Tanushree Dutta came forward to urge everyone that don’t compare her harassment case to Payal’s shocking allegations. Also Read - Payal Ghosh, Who Accused Kashyap, Takes Jibe at Friend Irfan Pathan For Being Silent in Sexual Harassment Case

Tanushree Dutta had started #MeToo campaign back in 2018 where she alleged that Nana Patekar has harassed her. In a long statement, shared by an entertainment portal, Tanushree said she is confused about Payal Ghosh’s case so it is better not to comment on this now. Also Read - Ludo Trailer Out: Anurag Kashyap Directorial is Impressive, Quirky Dialogues And Lots of Confusion Makes It a Worth Watch

The statement read as: “There are some paid propaganda journalists and Twitter trollers who are trying to compare the Payal Ghosh case to my case in order to give a clean chit to biggest Bollywood bully Nana Patekar from harassment charges. First, he bought the law and order machinery to close the legal harassment case on him despite truckloads of evidence and witnesses, and now trying to buy public perception by sending out underhanded media articles that turn and twist facts of the matter. Public perception is based on truth and truth alone and cannot be bought with buying press articles and clever PR machinery.” Also Read - Payal Ghosh Now Tags PM Modi to Say That 'Mafia Gang' Will Kill Her And Prove Her Death as Suicide

“I’m not commenting on Payal Ghosh case as I’m confused about it just like everybody else. But the ‘Horn ok Pleasse’ harassment incident is a big black blotch on Bollywood history and will remain so as long as justice is not given to me and my acting career is not resurrected. Somebody will have to pay for this crime or maybe everybody will in some or the other way. I was bullied, troubled and harassed on a movie set and my car and parents were attacked by hired goons called by Patekar. I went into severe depression for many years after this incident and often thought about ending my life. I got into spirituality and faith and chose to live instead and I’m not willing to forgive and forget. Any attempt to clear Nana Patekar and Ganesh Acharya’s name from it, I will crush. I have been troubled a lot in life being a single woman having no backing in life. After I lost my flourishing nascent Bollywood career due to this incident my troubles did not get over, in fact, they escalated having no job and career for over a decade. Everywhere I went I bore the brunt of this incident in some way or the other. Bollywood is and will remain answerable for how I was treated in 2008, in 2018 during #metoo and even today with their misogynistic attitude”, Tanushree added.

“I’m trying to move on in life now, get my lost health back and focus on my career again all of which suffered immensely due to all the stress and pressure I underwent. But if I’m provoked then I will not hesitate to start speaking again and reopen all the cases again. This fight has become part of my life now so I will not hesitate to sound the clarion call again. I have nothing to lose!-Tanushree Dutta”, the actor concluded.