clear clear clear clear clear
clear
Movies

  

Bollywood still reeling under curse of molestation!



February 27, 2014 15:57:20 IST
By Rachana Sheth, Glamsham Editorial
Send to Friend

Just when we thought Bollywood had gone mellow on the casting couch and sexual misconduct route, JOLLY LLB-maker Subhash Kapoor's alleged molestation act (against former journalist-turned-actress Geetika Tyagi) contravened our new beliefs about the industry. Recent instances only prove that however high industry standards grow, it's clear to see that sexual assault cases cannot be wished away.

While we take a look at a slew of other stars or directors or members of the film fraternity who found themselves in a similar boat....

MADHUR BHANDARKAR and PREETI JAIN
MADHUR BHANDARKAR and PREETI JAIN

Madhur Bhandarkar & Preeti Jain: Think of the casting couch and you are reminded of National Award-winner Madhur Bhandarkar and Preeti Jain's ugly case, wherein the latter had accused the maker of being a rapist.





  


   Comments

 
 

 More on Glamsham


- Abhishek Bachchan & Irrfan Khan push Rajkummar Rao out of FOCUS - News
- Adnan Sami's AFGHAN look is unrecognizable and surreal! - News
- Arjun and Ileana grooves to Mika's rendition of 'Hawa Hawa' - News
- Arjun Kapoor and Athiya Shetty latest cover shoot is 'Voguish' - News
- Ayushmann Khurrana turns pianist! - News
- Clash of Raveena Tandon and Katrina Kaif - News
- EXCLUSIVE - Rochak Kohli: I want to lend my voice for Akshay Kumar - News
- EXCLUSIVE: EK HASEENA THI EK DEEWANA THA cast open up like never before! - News
- Exclusive: Vikram Phadnis: ''No other actor could have replaced Hrithik Roshan in my film'' - News
- In pics: Jhanvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khattar's movie date - News
- Irrfan Khan rubbishes rumours about not doing GUSTAKHIYAN - News
- Kartik Aaryan: I used to change in washroom for my auditions - News
- RAAG DESH trailer is patriotic, gripping and will give you goosebumps - News
- Saif Ali Khan: I am fully supportive of Sara's acting ambitions - News
- Shreyans Hirawat: Copyright infringement is a matter of ethics and principles - News

   News Archives

A Fifth Quarter Infomedia Pvt. Ltd. site.