Mumbai Police Arrests A Film Producer’s Brother In The Case Of Sexual Harassment – REPORTSमनोरंजन/ एंटरटेनमेंट
According to recent reports, the brother of a film producer has been arrested on the charges of sexually harassing a young female actress. The complaint was lodged by a Marathi film actress
According to reports, Mumbai Police have detained the brother of a filmmaker for sexual harassment. According to reports, the 35-year-old male has been charged under Section 354 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
A 35-year-old guy, the sibling of a film producer, was arrested in Mumbai on suspicion of sexually molesting a young actress and requesting sexual benefits in return for gaining her parts. According to Mumbai Police, an FIR was filed at Aarey Police Station under Section 354 of the Indian Penal Code. According to reports, Jyoti Desai, a senior officer from Aarey police, revealed that the detention was conducted after a charge was lodged by a Marathi serial actress.
In the last year, Bollywood has been investigated for a variety of legal issues. The Mumbai Police detained Raj Kundra, an entrepreneur and the husband of actress Shilpa Shetty, in an accused pornography case in July of this year. The businessman, though, was later granted bail. During the research, the crew discovered actress and model Gehana Vashisht’s possible connection.
In August 2021, Mumbai Police reportedly filed a complaint against Vibhu Agarwal, the company’s CEO and manager, for sexually assaulting and abusing a woman. Vibhu is the owner of a digital company and a production company. Apart from him, Anjali Raina, the firm’s national head, was also arrested. Similarly, Yo Yo Honey Singh, an Indian rapper has been mired in controversies after his wife Shalini Talwar filed a complaint accusing him of domestic violence and psychological abuse. Shalini had accused him of “physical, emotional, mental, and verbal assault” on multiple occasions.
The Mumbai police recently used their whimsical side to raise awareness about covid regulations on their social media handle. They made a snide remark about people not wearing masks after they reminded them 83 million times, referencing Ranveer Singh’s upcoming film 83. Many of these references have been utilized by the Mumbai police department in the past.