Tanushree Dutta, who sparked Bollywood’s #MeToo movement, when she accused Nana Patekar for sexually harassing her, is all set to stop the exploitation of newcomers in the industry through her upcoming project.
- According to mid-day, the actor is bringing Bollywood’s sexual harassment stories to the screen.
- Her upcoming short film named Inspiration will be dealing with these stories.
- The movie will be dropped online on March 8,
2019to mark International Women’s Day.
- She explained:
“It deals with the issue of wilful exploitation of young newcomers in showbiz or any other field where they don’t have mentors or guidance”
- When asked if the film focuses on a true episode, Dutta said:
“It is a new format where reality meets fiction”
- She had shot for the Atul Bhalla-directed venture during her eight-month stay in Mumbai last year.
“I was approached by Ullu, the online content platform that is producing the film. I play a guardian angel who inspires the girls to make the right decision.”
- She explains her inputs in the film and also reveals the reason why she was excited to face the camera after 9 years.
“I wrote the dialogues, inspired by my own insight and understanding on the matter. I was excited to face the camera after nine years because this time, I was not only entertaining but also imparting wisdom to the misled and unfortunate”
She is a role model. Are you looking forward to the film as much as we are?