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Even since Tanushree Dutta's sexual harassment allegations against Nana Patekar have received support from several B-town celebrities, many such victims are opening up with stories of facing sexual harassment. More recently, we saw 'Queen' director Vikas Bahl getting exposed and now, in a shocking turn of events, a journalist has accused actor-filmmaker Rajat Kapoor for sexual misconduct.
Recently A Twitter user shared a post where two women had accused him actor of inappropriate behaviour. One was a journalist who stated that while she was interviewing the actor via a telephonic interview he misbehaved through the phone and asked her questions such as ' are you as sexy as you sound' and even asked about her body measurements.
Another woman narrated an incident where the actor would not stop calling her for a film's shoot and asked her if she knew an empty house where she could shoot for a film with her.
Check out the tweet here-
I don't even know any more.— Sandhya Menon (@TheRestlessQuil) October 7, 2018
Filmmaker Rajat Kapoor
Two separate and different accounts pic.twitter.com/nBjNOsun3j
As soon as the shocking allegations came out, Rajat Kapoor took to his Twitter handle to apologize to the victims-
All my life I have tried to be a decent man, to do the right thing.— Rajat Kapoor (@mrrajatkapoor) October 7, 2018
If however, I have slipped and through my actions or words
caused pain or hurt or trauma to absolutely anybody, please accept my
I am sorry from the bottom of my heart- and sad that I was the cause of this hurt— Rajat Kapoor (@mrrajatkapoor) October 7, 2018
to another human being.
If there is one thing more important to me than even my work,
it is to be a good human being.
And I have tried to be that person.
And now, I will try harder.
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