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Sajid Khan steps down as Housefull 4 director

15 October 2018
Sajid Khan steps down as Housefull 4 director

Dutta believes that the accused, who while speaking to the media have been denying the accusation, may put pressure on witnesses or produce "bogus witnesses" to record "negative statement" against her, the lawyer said.

Farah Khan, Nana Patekar with Housefull 4 team.

Three women - a journalist, and two actors - have accused Sajid Khan of sexual harassment and inappropriate behaviour, detailing their accounts on social media.

Amrita then apologised to Farhan saying she didn't realise he was related to Sajid.

Actor Akshay Kumar just returned from Italy and he has cancelled the shoot of Housefull 4, which was to take place in Mumbai. "This can not go on", she posted on Twitter. Meanwhile, Mr Akhtar, who had tweeted to say he was "shocked" and "heartbroken" over the sexual harassment allegations against Sajid Khan, responded with a sharply-worded tweet. A day after Sajid Khan's resignation, production house Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment zeroed in on Farhad Samji (who previously directed Housefull 3) as the director.

Saloni Chopra further added that at times Sajid Khan would comment on how she lacked sexiness enough to give her that "Oomph" factor. Later in a war of words on Twitter people started putting allegations on Sajid's family and said that they knew about his wrong doing way before they came out in the public eye. Nana Patekar was not behaving appropiately with her and also asked choreographer Ganesh Acharya to include a lewd dance step in a song with Tanushree, claims the actress.

TV actress Sandhya Mridul also came out with her #MeToo incident against TV superstar Alok Nath, and soon after, an actress from the starcast of Hum Aapke Hain Kaun came out against him as well.

Earlier, three women - actresses Saloni Chopra and Rachel White and journalist Karishma Upadhyay called out filmmaker Sajid Khan for sexual misconduct.