MeToo: Kubra Sait defends Sacred Games co-star Nawazuddin Siddiqui over sexual harassment allegations

Last year the previous Miss India had referred to as out Nawazuddin Siddiqui for exploiting and disrespecting women. Kubbra Sait has come forward of her Sacred Games co-star Nawazuddin Siddiqui, when former Miss India Niharika Singh referred to as him enter her #MeToo account.

Niharika’s story was shared on Twitter by Sandhya Menon, one in all the journalists spearheading the Indian campaign against sexual harassment. Niharika worked in 2009’s Miss Lovely opposite Nawazuddin.
In the post, the actor said she and Nawazuddin came close throughout the making of the film. Niharika said she developed a soft corner for him finding him “real, in any case, the superficial ‘filmy’ interactions I would have within the past years”.

She unconcealed one morning she invited the Manto actor to her home for breakfast and he grabbed her. “I tried to push him away however he would not dropping. After a little coercion, I finally gave in. I wasn’t positive what to form of this relationship,” she added.

The two started dating however consistent with Niharika she determined to separate with Nawazuddin because of his frequent lies. The previous model additionally referred to as Nawazuddin a “sexually inhibited Indian man” within the post. Kubbra said, one should not confuse a relationship gone bitter with a #MeToo story.
“A relationship gone bitter is not #MeToo. somebody has to recognize the harmful distinction before we tend to go choosing sides. I stand by #NawazuddinSiddiqui or #Nowaz as a person.

“I stand by the actual fact that though Niharika Singh might have had a troublesome time within the trade, categorizing her once personal relation as a #MeToo statement is incorrectly placed. we tend to as humans are blemished. that may not gender specific,” Kubbra wrote on Twitter Sabbatum.
Nawazuddin is however to discuss Niharika’s allegations.

Last year, Niharika, alongside actor Sunita Rajwar, had referred to as out Nawazuddin for “exploiting and disrespecting women” to sell his autobiography, that was later withdrawn by the publishers Penguin Random House.