Actor Zaira Wasim, who made space in hearts of the people through her finest performances in 'Dangal', was molested on a flight on 10th December. The 17-years-old actress shared her pain by uploading a video on photo sharing platform Instagram and could be spotted crying in her video. According to the media reports, the young actress has been molested by a middle-aged man in flight.
This incident took place when the national award winning actress was traveling from Delhi to Mumbai. Explaining about the horrifying incident, she told that a young man sitting behind her was rubbing his waist and neck repeatedly with his feet when she was sleeping.
“It was all chill till I felt somebody brushing against my back while I was half asleep... Guess he couldn't sit like a civilized (sic) human being and placed his feet on my arm rest while he's fully PHELOAOED (spread) his body on his seat,” Zaira said in her Instagram post.
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She also tried to record the incident on her phone, but there was a dim light in the cabin, due to which she could not do it. Zaira did a live video as she landed Mumbai, after which the incident came up.
Actor Zaira Wasim in a social media post has alleged that a middle aged man sitting in the row behind her on Delhi-Mumbai flight attempted to molest her. (File pic) pic.twitter.com/MH1PAkQaYU— ANI (@ANI) December 10, 2017
After the incident came up, Vistara cleared and said, “We @airvistara have seen the reports regarding @ZairaWasimmm experience with another customer on board our flight last night. We are carrying out detailed investigation and will support Zaira in every way required. We have zero tolerance for such behaviour.”
We @airvistara have seen the reports regarding @ZairaWasimmm experience with another customer on board last night. We are carrying out detailed investigation and will support Zaira in every way required. We have zero tolerance for such behaviour.— Vistara (@airvistara) December 10, 2017