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Tamannaah Bhatia shares her thoughts on the Me Too movement

By Bombay Talkies 10 19, 2019 | 02:59 PM
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The Me Too movement in India was a manifestation of the international Me Too movement that occurred in late 2018 (in effect till present-day) in parts of Indian society, including government, media, and the Bollywood film industry. Me Too started picking up fame in India with the increasing popularity of the international movement, and later turned into a massive outrage in October 2018 in media outlets of Bollywood, centered in Mumbai, when entertainer Tanushree Dutta blamed Nana Patekar for inappropriate behavior. This prompted numerous ladies in the news media, Indian movies, and even inside the administration to stand up and bring charges of inappropriate behavior against various culprits. Recently Tamannaah Bhatia, during an interview, opened up about her take on the Me Too movement; she said that because of her nature, she didn't come across any such happenings in her career, and the latter said that she is fortunate to have not faced such issues. Not merely this, Tamannaah sang ample praises for the ladies who without any fear stood tall amidst all the evil talks circling about her and shared their Me Too stories about the sexual issues they encountered ; she showed a sense of annoyance with the truth that the ladies who stood up against the evil practice don't really get a lot of opportunities in the film business.