TV writer and producer on Alok Nath’s reaction to sexual assault allegation


A veteran essayist maker has denounced performer Alok Nath – known for his “sanskaari” on-screen picture – of explicitly damaging her right around two decades prior. The Cine and TV Artists Association (CINTAA) has chosen to send him a show-cause take note.

“I have waited for this moment to come for 19 years,”  the movie producer wrote in a long, tragic Facebook post, alluding to the “predator in question” as “the actor par excellence who is known as the most ‘sanskaari’ (cultured) person in the film and television industry”.
Her suggestive comments like “sanskaari” and that the individual concerned was the “lead performing artist” and a “TV star of that decade” were adequate to make out that she was to be sure blaming Alok.

Afterward, affirming the equivalent to IANS through SMS, she stated: “It is Alok Nath. I thought saying ‘sanskaari’ would do the needful.”
CINTAA General Secretary Sushant Singh has said a show-cause notice will be sent to Alok. He asked the chief to record an objection against “this vile creature”, and included: “We extend you full support”.

Alok is referred to for his jobs as a cliché Indian dad, representing religious customs and good qualities in movies and TV appears.

It is the raising voices against inappropriate behavior over the world as a major aspect of the #MeToo wave that gave her the fearlessness to pen down the encounters which had abandoned her “broke”.

“He was an alcoholic, shameless and obnoxious but he was also the television star of that decade, so not only was he forgiven for all his bad behaviour, many of the guys would also egg him on to be his worst,” she composed, including that he even annoyed the show’s lead performer who was not inspired by him.

Sharing the ” worst ” that occurred, the movie producer related the episodes that trailed she went out at 2 a.m. She says her beverages were blended.

I started to walk home on the empty streets… Midway I was accosted by this man who was driving his own car and he asked me to sit in it and said he would drop me home. I trusted him and sat in his car.
“I have faint memory after that. I can remember more liquor being poured into my mouth and I remember being violated endlessly. When I woke up the next afternoon, I was in pain. I hadn’t just been raped, I was taken to my own house and had been brutalised.
“I couldn’t get up for my bed. I told some of my friends but everybody advised me to forget about it and move on.”
Afterward, she landed a position to compose and coordinate an arrangement for Plus Channel, and again her ways crossed with Alok.

“The man found his way through the casting route and became one of the lead actors on the show. He created an environment in which I was made to feel threatened, so I asked the producers to release me from directing the series because I didn’t want to be around where he was.
“I continued to write the show.”
The ” most difficult part ” and the ” main reason ” why she took so long to turn out with the fact of the matter was on the grounds that while she was dealing with this new arrangement, she says, “he asked me to come to his house again and I went to allow him to violate me”.
“I needed the job and didn’t want to leave it as I needed the money. It was after this that I quit.”
She has urged people “who have suffered at the hands of predators, to come out and say it aloud”.
“Don’t hold yourselves back. This is a moment for change, so your silence will only hold barriers to its evolution. Speak out. Shout out from the top of the roof.”


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