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“Anurag Kashyap’s tears are crocodile tears of the man who did nothing for three and a half years”, Says Vikas Bahl

"Anurag Kashyap's tears are crocodile tears of the man who did nothing for three and a half years", Says Vikas Bahl

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“Anurag Kashyap’s tears are crocodile tears of the man who did nothing for three and a half years”, Says Vikas Bahl

Here’s an accurate conclusion of what happened in the second hearing of the infamous Vikas Bahl-Anurag Kashyap scandal in Bombay Court. Read on…

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The Bollywood filmmaker Vikas Bahl has been accused of se*ual misconduct by the Queen actresses Kangana Ranaut and Nayani Dixit!

Famous advocate Navroz Seervai represented the victim who had filed a complaint against Vikas Bahl while Janak Dwarkadas represented Bahl. The victim’s lawyer, Navroz presented documents with the victim’s signature which read that she doesn’t want to go to the police and wants the case to end soon. This led to a lot many questions by the judge who questioned Seervai,  “You don’t want to register a complaint and you do not want the media muzzled as well? For tbhis, Seervai replied, “Yes, and that is what is happening the world over.”

On the other hand, Janak who talked for Vikas Bahl said that it will unfair if they don;t get to question the victim and also talked about the hampering Bahl has got on his image after all of this. He said, “She will have to be subjected to cross examination. It can’t be that Bahl’s reputation can be tarnished at the behest of the victim and she would be dropped from the hearing.”

He was also asked about Anurag Kashyap‘s support for the victim for which he replied saying, “These are crocodile tears of the man who did nothing for three and a half years.”

Another lawyer, Venkatesh Dhond who was representing Vikramaditya Motwane said, “He broke down and confirmed the incident, promising to go in for rehabilitation. This man has a drinking problem and he had promised to go to rehab as he cannot control his actions when he is drunk.” Addressing Vikas’s claim that he was made the villain and the reason of Phantom Films shelving, he countered Bahl’s statements saying, “On April 5, Bahl had been named and shamed but why did he not take action then? No legal notice was also sent.”

"Anurag Kashyap's tears are crocodile tears of the man who did nothing for three and a half years", Says Vikas Bahl

Vikas Bahl has finally said something about all the allegations against him and compared Anurag Kashyap’s tears to that of a crocodile’s.

 

Dhond concluded by taking a favor of the rape victims by saying, “The central issue is what happened on that night and not the other issues that the media wrote about. Going to the police is a joke, our police is not sensitive to even complaints of rape. They would have questioned her character. Thus, no one is surprised that the victim does not want to register a complaint. This is a case with larger public repercussion.”

SJ Kathawalla who was the judge of the ongoing case countered by saying, “The woman says she wants to put this behind and move on, then can she be forced to pursue the case? When she says that she does not want to pursue the case then can a proxy do it?”

As a reply to this, Dhond clarified everything by saying, “The woman is scared of registering a complaint. Should she be deprived of even talking about it in public? If you are wronged, complain now or never, or a defamation suit will be filed to keep you quiet. There is something called retributive law. Such culprits should be shown the door.”

The next hearing on this case has been adjourned to November 25th. Let’s see how the story unfolds.

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