IFTDA seeks explanation from Sajid Khan post sexual harassment claims of Rachel White and others

After Rachel White, Simran Suri and Karishma Upadhyay defendant Director Sajid Khan of sexual harassment, the Indian Film & Directors Association (IFTDA) has asked for an evidence on constant from him. Amidst the ME Too movement gaining momentum in India, a variety of movie industry personalities have come back beneath the scanner. Recently, filmmaker Sajid Khan was defendant of harassment by distinguished journalist Karishma Upadhyay and aspiring actresses Rachel White and Simran Suri. Post the accusations, the filmmaker had been asked to step down as director of Housefull four until the matter was being investigated.

Now, another apex movie industry association has been available at the forefront and has asked the filmmaker to clarify his behavior. The Indian Film & Directors Association (IFTDA) has sent a notice to Sajid Khan inquiring for an evidence on his ‘lewd and obscene behavior’. The association, on receiving complaints from wife White, Simran Suri and Karishma Upadhyay, has asked Sajid to place forward his aspect among next seven days. The letter explicit, “Your lewd and obscene actions have brought dishonor to Indian Film and tv Directors’ Association. We, therefore, need an evidence from you for such offensive behavior among seven days of receipt of the notice for any action as per the principles and rules.”

The filmmaker was recently defendant by aspiring actresses wife White and Simran Suri and journalist, Karishma United Nations agency all had set their ME To story. The whole movement began in India post -Tanushree Dutta had defendant senior actor Nana Patekar of harassment back in 2008 on the sets of Horn Ok Please. Post this, the variety of personalities like Kailash Kher, Rajat Kapoor, Chetan Bhagat, Alok Nath and additional are named by girls. Amidst all this, the ME too movement in India looks to be gaining strength and support from everybody.