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#MeToo movement: Varun Grover alleged of sexual harassment; denies allegations

Here is another revelation, where someone alleges Varun Grover of sexual harassment. However, the scriptwriter and comedian Varun has clearly denied from all the allegations made on him and has called the account untrue, misleading and defamatory.

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Varun Grover alleged of sexual harassment

One after another, #MeToo movement is enveloping the names and faces we have admired and some we even considered ideal from the media and entertainment industry. Alas, today the uncovering movement has put us in a fix on whom to believe whom not.

Here is another revelation, where someone alleges Varun Grover of sexual harassment. However, the scriptwriter and comedian Varun has clearly denied from all the allegations made on him and has called the account untrue, misleading and defamatory. He also says that he will issue a detailed statement soon.

Also Read: Neeraj Ghaywan, Varun Grover vow to create safe working environment for women

The alleger who is also a scriptwriter narrates her account through messages which is tweeted by a Twitter user with the name hk (on a hiatus).

“As I walked towards him, he suddenly got up, snuck up behind me and held my waist. He made it sway while his erection dug into my back. I realised what was happening and immediately pushed him away. He held my hand and said he was Vishwakarma and I was Tilottama,” recalls the survivor.

Varun who has worked under the banner of Phantom Films and did movies like ‘Raman Raghav 2.0’, ‘Bombay Velvet’ and Netflix series ‘Sacred Games’, had criticised Vikas Bahl on Sunday after the sexual harassment case erupted against Bahl. Grover slammed the now dissolved Phantom Film for its failure to ensure a safe work environment in the company.

“I am sorry. As somebody who has been a part of many projects with #Phantom in various capacities (lyrics/writer), I feel ashamed that they failed to provide a safe working environment for women,” wrote Varun on Twitter.

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