Vinta Nanda Reacts To Alok Nath Playing Judge In #MainBhi

Here’s what Vinta Nanda has to say about Alok Nath playing the role of a judge in #MainBhi, which revolves around sexual harassment

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Vinta Nanda Reacts To Alok Nath Playing Judge In #MainBhi
Reports of Alok Nath playing the role of a judge in a film, which revolves around #MeToo, has left Vinta Nanda speechless. In October 2018, TV show, Tara writer Vinta accused Alok Nath of raping her following which a case was registered against him.  A latest report about Alok Nath read that he will appear in a film #Main Bhi, playing a judge who condemns sexual harassment.

But, looks like Vinta Nanda isn’t really bothered about what Alok Nath is doing at the moment. When Nanda was asked about Alok Nath's upcoming film, she told a section of media, "I don't know what to say. When I heard about this ironical casting my mind, my heart and soul was with Wing Commander Varthaman Abhinandan. I couldn't keep my eyes off the television screen because I wanted to see him stepping back on Indian soil today. I'm praying for peace and wishing that the Almighty grants us a non-violent universe. I can't think of anything else at the moment.”


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Calling Alok Nath’s news irrelevant, she said, “This piece of news about Alok Nath acting in a film is irrelevant and has no effect upon what is actually going on in my heart."

To talk about Alok Nath’s film #MainBhi, a report in Mumbai Mirror said that Alok Nath will be seen playing the role of a judge who takes strong action against sexual harassment. When the leading tabloid contacted him, he said, “I’m not doing any films at the moment. This was something I shot for a while ago.” He further asked Mirror, “Is there a problem? You sound sad that I’m doing a film. It’s a puny role for poor producers, let it release.”

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