Bollywood / I'm being grilled while Anurag chills at home: Payal after filing FIR

Zoom News : Sep 27, 2020, 02:52 PM
Mumbai: Payal Ghosh expressed her displeasure over being subjected to ‘questioning’ while the ‘guilty’, referring to Anurag Kashyap, was ‘chilling at home.’ The actor, who accused the filmmaker of sexual assault around 2014-15, asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah if she will ‘get justice.’ She also seemed to hint at the support for Rhea Chakraborty in West Bengal, and asked Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee why there was a ‘difference’ over lack of support for her. 

Payal Ghosh, who has filed an FIR against filmmaker Anurag Kashyap of sexual misconduct, was recently summoned by the Versova Police and was even asked had to undergo a medical test at the Cooper Hospital on Friday.

In an exclusive conversation with ETimes, Payal's lawyer Nitin Satpute had said, 'The written complaint that has been lodged is for the offense of rape, wrongful restrain, wrongful confinement, and outraging the modesty of women under sections 376, 354, 341, and 341.'

Payal Ghosh's messages for leaders

After accusing Anurag Kashyap of forcing himself upon her, Payal Ghosh registered a complaint against him at the Versova police station in Mumbai. Since then, she was called in by the police officers and seemed to hint at this in her tweet. Asking why she was being ‘grilled and questioned’ despite registering a complaint against ‘culprit’ accused by others of ‘similar crimes’, she questioned the lack of action on the person 'chilling at home.' 

Tagging the accounts of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Amit Shah, she asked, ‘Will I get justice?’

In recent days, ‘support’ marches have been held in West Bengal, notably by Congress party, after Rhea Chakraborty was accused of ‘abetment to suicide’ and embezzlement in the Sushant Singh Rajput case, before being arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau forarr alleged involvement in a drug cartel.

Seemingly hinting at this, Payal tagged Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee asking why a ‘drug peddler and suicide abetment accused’, who was not even from Kolkata, was receiving this support. She questioned why this ‘difference’ in behaviour with someone who had studied from the city.