Nana Patekar finally addresses the media in Tanushree Dutta's harassment controversy

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In the note, Tanushree Dutta stated that she filed her complaint under Sections 354, 354 (A), Section 34 and Section 509 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). Tanushree has alleged that Nana Patekar misbehaved with her on the sets of the film back in 2008.

Soon after Akshay's complaint, the said video was deleted from the YouTube channel.

Nana Patekar is yet to respond to these allegations.

The commission has also written to Mumbai police, seeking information on the action it had taken on Ms Dutta's complaint. The actress has also accused choreographer Ganesh Acharya, director Rakesh Sarang and others for not only trying to cover up the incident but for also not coming out in support of her. The latest update is that Tanushree Dutta is now planning to file an FIR after a decade and her lawyer has further warned that if the actress doesn't get to do, he will approach the High Court.

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However, on the forth day of the shoot, Patekar's behaviour was inappropriate as he was grabbing her by the arms and pushing her around on the pretext of teaching her some steps, the complaint said. But according to her, it was not a complete statement and many portions of it were deleted.

And just last week, on being confronted by the media, he said he had answered the questions about it 10 years ago. "I am claustrophobic anyway, I need to move around", she added.

Earlier in the day, Patekar, who was shooting for his upcoming film "Housefull 4" in Jodhpur, landed here Saturday.

Patekar has denied the allegations and had sent Dutta a legal notice to withdraw the claims and issue an apology.

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