The #MeToo development in India has opened up a Pandora’s Box of terrible tales about men who have wronged ladies by sexually harassing them in any way.
In the wake of the battle, 11 female producers have marked an online note getting out Bollywood to stop working with denounced sexual stalkers and harassers.
Producers Zoya Akhtar, Kiran Rao and Gauri Shinde among others shaped an aggregate note and marked it expressing that they will never again work with ‘demonstrated sexual guilty parties’.
The note was shared via web-based social media by veteran on-screen character Konkona Sen Sharma:
The note has been marked by best women directors including Alankrita Shrivastava, Meghna Gulzar, Nandita Das, Nitya Mehra, Reema Kagti, Ruchi Narain and Shonali Bose.
It peruses: “As ladies and movie producers, we meet up to help the #MeToolndia development. We are in total solidarity with the ladies who have approached with genuine records of badgering and ambush. Our regard and esteem to them as their valor has begun an upset of welcome change.
We are here to spread attention to help make a protected and equivalent air for all in the working environment. We have likewise stood firm to not work with demonstrated guilty parties. We encourage every one of our companions in the business to do likewise.”