Survivor drops case in opposition to Vikas Bahl; decide raps Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane for not presenting witness


A former Phantom Movies worker, who had accused Vikas Bahl of sexually harassing her throughout the promotions of Bombay Velvet, launched a press release saying she wouldn’t be submitting a grievance in opposition to Bahl.

Vikas Bahl. File picture

The survivor mentioned in a press release  “I’ve had sufficient and I’m nonetheless struggling by the hands of this man even after three years. I don’t need to be concerned in litigation, so I’ll not file an affidavit. I’ll solely put out a press release,” a DNA report quoted her as saying. Her lawyer Navroz Seervai instructed the courtroom that his consumer stands by the allegations made in opposition to the filmmaker.

Acording to a different report by DNA, Bahl’s lawyer mentioned that the matter had been adjourned until 23 October and he would maintain preventing for the satisfaction and reality of Vikas. “The sufferer has made a press release that she shouldn’t be going to file any grievance in opposition to Vikas. So you’ll be able to deduce from that as to what the entire battle was about. It was about preventing for the satisfaction and reality of Vikas.” he was quoted as saying, by the publication.

He additional mentioned that they’d filed a grievance in opposition to “these individuals who had been attempting to make use of the sufferer and fireplace from her shoulder”.

The identical report said that Justice Shahrukh Kathawalla slammed Anurag and Vikramaditya for not having the ability to current a witness in courtroom. He added that the #MeToo marketing campaign was just for the victims and  shouldn’t be misused by anybody to control a sufferer to degree allegations of sexual harassment in opposition to anyone to settle “their very own scores”.

Bahl filed a 10 crore defamation suit in opposition to former Phantom companions Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane. He had earlier issued authorized notices to Kashyap and Motwane threatening to file civil and prison defamation circumstances if they didn’t withdraw their messages (on social media) and tender an unconditional apology. He had accused the duo of “making the most of the continued #MeToo motion within the nation”.

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