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Alok Nath: The Sinister Side Of A Sanskaari Bapuji


Published On: 09 October 2018 | Bollywood | By:

Alok Nath: The Sinister Side Of A Sanskaari Bapuji
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Alok Nath had been famous for many decades for his sanskaari avatar. He has now been exposed when an actor accused him of rape and sexual harassment.

After the shocking revelation of many prominent personalities in Bollywood like Vikas Bahl, Rajat Kapoor, Gursimran Khamba, Utsav Chakravarthy and Chetan Bhagat, another person has been exposed by another victim who was brutally raped, assaulted and troubled for 20 years. The main perpetrator turns about the one which nobody had seen it coming for many years.


Also Read: Vikas Bahl Accused Of Sexual Harassment By Kangana Ranaut


The perpetrator turns out to be the pioneer of Kanyadaan and the Sanskaari Bapuji Alok Nath. This is indeed shocking as the person who was considered like a fatherly figure in most of the films like Taal and Vivah to turn out like this. This came into light when Vinita Nanda, the producer and director of the TV show Tara accused him of raping and blackmailing her for 20 years and Navneet Nishaan, who was his co-star had also stated that he was frequently drinking on the set.

Many of the netizens have extended their support to Vinita Nanda and CINTAA have also issued a notice against Alok Nath. There will be strict action taken against all the perpetrators of this ruthless offence and will make sure that this will not happen again.

Our childhood has been spoiled by this monster who we used to think like a child-at-heart person most of the time. With the MeToo movement spreading in Bollywood, who are the next set of prominent personalities going to be unmasked by these accusations?

How many wolves will emerge in the industry as sheep in the future?


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