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After filmmaker Sajid Khan’s ban by IFTDA, all eyes are on Alok Nath’s future in Bollywood

Ashoke Pandit, president of IFTDA, said that once Sajid Khan’s case, the panel now plans to appear at the opposite cases. Mainly the one together with actor Alok Nath. As the Me Too movement gained momentum in India and especially within the movie industry, the Indian Film and tv Directors’ Association (IFTDA) justifiedly took note of harassment complaints and therefore the defendant like Alok Nath and Sajid Khan. Filmmaker Sajid Khan, who has grave charges of sexual harassment levelled against him by the variety of women, was recently suspended for one year by the IFTDA. His membership, however, is reviewed once more once a year.

Ashoke Pandit, president of IFTDA, said that after Sajid Khan’s case, the panel now plans to look at the another case. Mainly the one together with actor Alok Nath. TV writer-producer Vinta Nanda had defendant Alok Nath of rape and sexual harassment that look about 19 years past. She had recounted her horrific ordeal in a very Facebook post and conjointly spoke concerning the years of isolation, trauma, and depression she endured.


“Next on our agenda is Vinta Nanda’s case against Alok Nath. We are going to move to that within the next 5 days, and promise a speedy trial within the matter,” Pandit told Mid-Day. The Internal Complaints’ Committee (ICC) originated by the IFTDA can investigate the allegations and shortly take an appeal Alok Nath’s future within the movie industry.

IFTDA is additionally getting to be a part of hands with many studios in Mumbai to forestall such cases within the future. “We will be talking to studio spaces like Mehboob, Film City, Kamalistan and ND Studios to make sure that they set up an ICC and a committee for women employees,” Pandit said.