All India Bakchod, Rajat Kapoor's films dropped by MAMI Mumbai Film Festival following sexual harassment allegations

The Mumbai Academy of Transferring Picture (MAMI) has dropped two movies — All India Bakchod’s (AIB) Chintu Ka Birthday and Rajat Kapoor’s Kadakh — from the line-up of the upcoming 20th version of the Jio MAMI Mumbai Movie Competition within the wake of the #MeToo tide.

The comedy collective All India Bakchod

“We as an Academy (MAMI) strongly assist the #MeToo motion. In gentle of latest developments, we’ve determined to drop the next movies from our line-up — AIB’s Chintu Ka Birthday and Rajat Kapoor’s Kadakh,” learn a press release from MAMI.

It was despatched to IANS through Whatsapp by MAMI’s Inventive Director Smriti Kiran.

“We wish to use this chance to open up the dialog, and discover options to harassment and sexual misconduct within the office. Beginning with this version of the pageant, we want to unite the neighborhood to seek out optimistic and constructive methods to cope with it,” the assertion learn additional.

Actor-director Rajat Kapoor has been known as out by two girls for inappropriate behaviour. He has apologised.

Comedy collective, AIB, then again, landed in a full-fledged controversy after a person named Utsav Chakraborty — as soon as related to the group — was named by a barrage of women on social media of sexual harassment.

Chakraborty accepted and apologised his misdeeds, however the #MeToo fireplace quickly unfold out to disclose how AIB’s CEO and co-founder knew about all of it alongside however did nothing in opposition to it. It even opened up a field of complaints in opposition to a few of the group’s different comedians, notably Gursimran Khamba.

On its half, AIB introduced on Monday that Bhat and Khamba are “stepping away” from the group.

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