Tanushree Dutta's sexual harassment case against Nana Patekar closed

Tanushree Dutta's sexual harassment case against Nana Patekar closed

Mumbai (Web Desk): Tanushree Dutta’s sexual harassment case against Nana Patekar has come to a close, Times of India reported.


The publication reported that the Mumbai Police has filed a closure report in court stating that Dutta's allegation case lacks of evidence against Patekar.

However, Dutta's lawyer said, "We haven’t yet received any official communication from the police yet. However, we will challenge the closure report."

Tanushree had alleged that Patekar sexually harassed her on the sets of her 2008 film Horn OK Please. During an interview, the actress said that Patekar’s reputation of sexual misconduct is well known in the Hindi film industry, but little has been done about it.

 “Everyone knows about Patekar that he has always been disrespectful towards women. People in the industry know about his background... that he has beaten actresses, he has molested them, his behaviour with women has always been crude but no publication has printed anything about it,” she said during an interview.