#MeToo movement

When Preity was asked she ever experienced any kind of bad behaviour, she replied, "No, I haven’t, I wish I had,” she laughed. “People treat you the way you want to be treated,."

Mumbai: Actor Ayushmann Khurrana has supported the #MeToo movement by saying that men should understand what consent is. Ayushmann visited the PVR Citi Mall here on Saturday to know the audience’s reaction for his latest film ‘Badhaai Ho’. ALSO READ: ‘Dilwale Dulhania…’ will always be a special film: Kajol Reacting to the #MeToo campaign that has gathered …

Mumbai: Journalist Vinod Dua has also joined the infamous list of #MeToo movement, facing allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct by Documentary filmmaker Nishtha Jain, on Sunday. The #MeToo movement has recently gained momentum and many famous personalities have come under its radar. Shockingly many prominent names like Amitabh Bachchan, Alok Nath and now Vinod Dua …

Mumbai: The rape allegation against Alok Nath by writer-director Vinta Nanda comes as no surprise to those who were privy to the goings-on during the shooting of the marathon serial ‘Tara’ shown on Zee. It was a first-of-its-kind on satellite television and we were all hooked to the tantalising soap for four years. However, the …

Mumbai: #MeToo movement in India has picked up pace with more people coming out to share their tormented experiences on this platform. It is a devastating fact that mostly the complaints are made against influential people mainly Politicians, Journalists, Judges, Writers, Comedian and chiefly from Bollywood. Among many celebrities who have been accused of sexual harassment …

United Nation: General Assembly President Maria Fernanda Espinosa very firmly believes that there should be zero tolerance for sexual harassment of journalists, her spokesperson Monica Grayley has said in answer to a question about the #MeToo movement sweeping across India’s media world. She said on Thursday at her daily briefing that Espinosa “made very clearly that …

New Delhi: The Congress on Wednesday asked former Editor and Union Minister M.J. Akbar to either come clean following sexual harassment charges against him or resign. It also sought an independent probe into the charges against Akbar. “Akbar has a stature as a journalist, apart from being a Minister. He should offer a satisfactory explanation either …

New Delhi: Breaking its silence on sexual harassment cases emerging from the Indian entertainment and media industry under the ‘MeToo’ movement, the NCW on Wednesday appealed to the affected women to lodge written complaints and assured of all possible help. “The National Commission for Women (NCW) has noticed that in many such cases, victims do not …