Bollywood actress Tanushree Dutta, who spearheaded the #MeToo movement in India last year, may be all set to make her Bollywood comeback. She accused veteran actor Nana Patekar of sexual harassment while shooting for a special song for Horn OK Please. Many believed that Tanushree Dutta might put her step in Bollywood after bringing such a wave in the industry, but soon after that she returned to the United States. Now, her sister Ishita Dutta opened up about her Bollywood comeback.
Ishita Dutta said that she would love to see her sister back on the silverscreen, however Tanushree has no such plan in her mind.
"I would love to see her. She is fabulous and I would definitely want to see her back. But it is completely her personal choice. I don't really think so. Even if she does, it could probably be something which she really believes in. She wouldn't do it just for the sake of doing a film or series," Ishita Dutta told BollywoodLife.
Ishita Dutta revealed that Tanushree Dutta might take up a project only if she feels that it's beneficial for the society.
"I think probably she would do a film only if she relates to the subject and feels that it will indirectly benefit society. Currently, she is very happy in her own space, she is doing her thing. But as a sister, I would love watching her again. I have loved her films back then and will continue to do so," she added.
Tanushree Dutta's allegations on Nana Patekar, led to the veteran actor's exit from Akshay Kumar's Housefull. Similarly, many women in the industry anonymously told their sexual harassment episodes on the social media, which dragged the names of some biggies including Sajid Khan, Rajkumar Hirani, Alok Nath and others.