Let's not make my silence my loss. I am very much on the money. The roots are growing and they are going to shatter all concrete soon. The ones who have wronged me, be on your toes and spend your time out doing things that u always wanted. Time's up...!!— Payal Ghosh (@iampayalghosh) November 19, 2020
Bengali actress Payal Ghosh recently made headlines when she accused filmmaker Anurag Kashyap of sexual assault. The actress had later filed a case against the filmmaker at Versova police station. On September 19, Ghosh had claimed that Anurag Kashyap had forced himself on her and had even dragged Richa Chadha-Huma Qureshi’s name in her #MeToo case. However later, she had dashed off to Delhi to seek help from National Commission Of Women's Chairman Rekha Sharma.
A while back, Payal Ghosh took to Twitter and pointed out all those who have wronged her and mistaken her silence as her loss. Payal Ghosh Tweeted, “Let's not make my silence my loss. I am very much on the money. The roots are growing and they are going to shatter all concrete soon. The ones who have wronged me, be on your toes and spend your time out doing things that u always wanted. Time's up...!!”
Payal Ghosh was later dragged to court by Richa Chadha after she took her name in the MeToo case. Richa had filed a defamation case which was solved amicably.
Earlier, SpotboyE exclusively told you that Kashyap is gearing up for a legal battle against Payal Ghosh who accused him of sexual misconduct. A source close to the filmmaker revealed to us, “When Anurag is very still it can only mean he’s dedicated to the task on hand. Proving his innocence, not by pleading innocence in court but by presenting hard cold facts to back his claim, is going to be his modus operandi in court.” (ALSO READ: Richa Chadha Defamation Case: Payal Ghosh’s Lawyer Says She Will Apologise To The Fukrey Actress, But Only On Special Conditions-Report)
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