Tanushree Dutta refuses to set #meetoo as trend
Bollywood performing artist Tanushree Dutta has been named the establishing mother of the #MeToo development in India after she blamed Nana Patekar for supposedly badgering her. Many trust it was she who made ready for various other Indian ladies with comparable encounters to open up about them.
Yet, the Aashiq Banaya Aapne star accepts something else. Tanushree has declined to assume any acknowledgment for beginning the #MeToo development in India. Truth be told, she is good to go to put this behind her and come back to the US.
“The media is just making a heroine out of an ordinary person’s organic journey. I was not the doer but just a conduit and a vessel through which some change or awareness had to come about in society,”
“In a way, I needed retribution too from the incident that pushed me back several years in my professional life.”
This is what she said on returning back to her US routine
“I live there now. I was supposed to go back eventually, anyway. This became a very long holiday by default and I’ll be back again.”
“Nothing should be dependent on me because when things are dependent on the initiative taken by a single individual, they get bound and don’t flourish freely in their own time,” Tanushree concluded.