Hrithik Roshan Supports Kangana Ranaut in Vikas Bahl Sexual Harassment Controversy; Says All Proven Offenders Must Be Punished
Hrithik supports Kangana (Photo Credit: Instagram)
Vikas Bahl has been accused by Kangana Ranaut of making sexual advances at her in the recent past, the actress revealed in an interaction. Ever since then the world seems to have turned upside down for the producer. Phantom Films, which was jointly owned by Anurag Kashyap, Vikramaditya Motwane and Vikas, have officially announced that they are no longer associated with Bahl. And now, Hrithik Roshan, whose upcoming film - Super 30 was to be co-produced and directed by Vikas, has sided Kangana Ranaut and condemned Vikas. No, Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane! You Are Too Late in Washing Your Hands Off The Vikas Bahl Sexual Harassment Controversy.
In a tweet Hrithik's message reads: "It is impossible for me to work with any person if he/ she is guilty of such grave misconduct. I am away and have access to only sporadic information. I have requested the producers of Super 30 to take stock of the apparent gacts and take a harsh stand if need be. This is not to be hushed or brushed under the carpet. All proven offenders must be punished and all exploited people must be empowered and given strength to speak up." Check out his tweet here-
— Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) October 8, 2018
Not to forget, Hrithik and Kangana have had a rough past and the world knows about their war on social media two years back. However, in cases like this, it is of utmost importance that one keeps personal differences aside and support the truth considering how grave a crime sexual harassment is. We laud Hrithik for his stand.
After Tanushree Dutta accused Vivek Agnihotri and Nana Patekar for misbehaving with her, Kangana Ranaut, the lead actress in Queen, also opened up about Vikas' perverse nature. She said, "When we were filming Queen, he bragged about having casual sex with a new partner every other day. I don't judge people and their marriages but you can tell when addiction becomes a sickness. But still every time we met, socially greeted and hugged each other, he'd bury his face in my neck, hold me really tight and breathe in the smell of my hair. It took me a great amount of strength and effort to pull myself out of his embrace. He'd say 'I love how you smell K'. I could tell something is wrong with him."