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What happened to Tanushree Dutta on the sets of Horn OK Please in 2008 has been haunting their whole family since a decade now and even after these many years have passed, justice has not been served. Tanushree Dutta's brother-in-law Vatsal Sheth, who was a known figure back in the 90s and starred in the television series Just Mohabbat opened up about the horrors that his family faced all these years related to the harassment issue. Vatsal Sheth is married to Tanushree Dutta's sister Ishita Dutta.
It's Really Sad What Happened To Tanushree Dutta, Says Vatsal Sheth
"It is very brave of Tanushree to come out and speak about the incident that she faced. I also got to know recently from Ishita what had happened as I was not aware. It was sad to know what happened to her and her family especially when they were in the car and the mob started to attack them," said Vatsal Sheth to ET.
We Can Never Forget The Incident
"Ishita was recently narrating the story how it has scared everyone who was related to the incident, their whole family. Till date, they cannot forget about it."
I'm Glad Tanushree Dutta Is Getting Support Frpm All Corners
"I am very glad that she is getting a lot of support, not just from Bollywood but everyone. Yes, I do see changes happening around. Certain things which were happening in the industry needed to be corrected or stopped."
Sexual Harassment Is Being Nipped In The Bud, Thanks To #MeToo
There were a lot of people who were taking undue advantage and exploiting young talents. This needs to be stopped and it is being stopped now," Vatsal Sheth summed it up.