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How the #Metoo Campaign is giving a bad name to the Indian TV & Film Industry

Tanushree Dutta MeToo

The #MeToo Effect seems to be gearing up ever since the Tanushree Dutta‘s news broke in the media. More and more celebs particularly the Indian actresses are coming up under the campaign called #MeToo when they are discussing about the misconduct that had taken place in their life in the name of exploitation and sexual abuse. The campaign has gone forward to create its impact in the media as well and the recent sizzlingstar cancellation for the comedy show called All India Bakchod (AIB). The show is now the victim of the said streaming video platform.MeToo IndiaAs pre reports, the media group has issued a statement last night stating that it will not be standing by anything, which has compromised the safety of the women. We know how the show has been abusing in each and every show giving rot stuff in the media. The media group has announced the statement stating that they are concerned about the development taking in the wrong direction that has made them to decide the same. The move was announced over the microblogging site called Twitter especially when the accused actor-comedian known as Utsav Chakraborty, and his ex-AIB member, was seen sending away sexually explicit messages to a number of women.AIB Tanmay Bhat

Also, there are several other allegations of sexual misconduct that are seen against the founder-member of the group called Gursimran Khamba. The group then announced that Tanmay Bhatt who happens to be the founder member of the group would now step down from the show voluntarily. The media group on the other hand said that they have been closely watching this group and have found out many objectionable stuff in the media. They said they would not overlook the role of founder member Tanmay. It were the women who did report the matter to the media group without actually disclosing their identity to the public. In fact, the ladies had reported the matter in the social media site called Twitter as well. Let’s see what goes the next but at the moment picture isn’t that rosy.

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