Actress Taapsee Pannu says people must not stop raising their voice against sexual harassment at workplace and continue the #MeToo movement.
Her comment comes just two days after director Vikas Bahl was given a clean chit after an allegation of sexual misconduct made against him by a former employee of the now disbanded Phantom Films, was probed, and his credit as director of “Super 30” was restored.
Even actor Alok Nath, who was accused of rape by a writer-director, has appeared in the film “De De Pyaar De”.
Asked how she looks at the situation, Taapsee Pannu told IANS: “Look, if the person who is accused of sexual harassment, doesn’t get punished, of course the spirit of the movement, the spirit of a woman who comes out with the story of abuse in public, gets shattered.
“However, that should not stop other girls from raising their voices if they are abused... because girls have stayed silent for ages. (IANS)
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