Tanushree Dutta's case against Nana Patekar has come to an END after no evidence found!

Tanushree Dutta had accused Nana Patekar in 2018 of sexual misconduct while filming for their 2009 movie Horn Ok Pleassss. And the Mumbai Police has no evidence to prosecute actor

Tanushree Dutta's case against Nana Patekar has come to an END after no evidence found! Tanushree Dutta's case against Nana Patekar has come to an END after no evidence found! Source : Press

Tanushree Dutta who began with the #MeToo movement in the Bollywood last year by filing a case against Nana Patekar for sexual harassment has finally witnessed a setback. According to a leading daily, the Mumbai Police has filed a 'B Summary' report in this case. A 'B Summary' report is filed only when the police cannot find evidence and aren't able to continue the investigation. So the case fought by Tanushree has come to an end because no evidence could be furnished against Nana Patekar.

Tanushree blamed Nana Patekar for misbehaving with her on the sets of their movie "Horn 'OK Pleassss" 10 years ago. She alleged that while shooting of the song sequence, Nana had inappropriately touched. And now as there are multiple reports about Patekar being given a clean chit, her lawyer Nitin Satpute, revealed that they haven't yet received any official communication from the police. He also revealed that if that's the verdict, he would "challenge" the closure report.

In a press conference, Tanushree's lawyer Nitin Satpute said, "There is a certain process that has to be followed by police where they issue a letter to the complainant about the same... So, these are just false rumours and we are going to take action against such rumours. Nana is playing psychological games by spreading false rumours as he wants to get a clean chit from the case by the police."

He also claimed that Nana was putting pressure on the police and also misleading the case. He also refuted the reports which claim that there were not proper witnesses' statements. Tanushree who currently lives in the US is yet to make an official statement.