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#MeToo: Race 3 actor and Huma Qureshi's brother Saqib Saleem shared his story, says 'He tried to put his hand in my pants'

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 16 October 2018, 11:24 IST
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Since then the campaign of #MeToo has started many Bollywood actresses have come out and spoken on this issue and shared their horror story. Bollywood actresses Tanushree Dutta, Kangana Ranaut, Bipasha Basu, and others have already open on this horrible experience and now for the first time, one male actor Saqib Saleem has opened to tell his story.

Saqib Saleem who is the younger brother of Bollywood actress Huma Qureshi and also was last seen Salman Khan starrer film Race 3 told that how a person tried to abuse him sexually.

 

In an interview with Hindustan Times, Sabib said, “I don’t want to take names, but when I started out as an actor- I was only 21 years old- there was a man who tried to assault me. He tried to put his hand in my pants.”

The actor also told that the person has many gay friends in the industry and they all are also his friends. “When it happened with me, I whacked the guy and I told him to mind his own f***ing business and I left. I was 21, and of course, it scarred me, but I moved on. I’m sure that everyone’s different and an incident such as this must affect different people differently,” Dishoom actor told.

 

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Significantly, till now Bollywood celebrities like Vikas Bahl, Rajat Kapoor, Nana Patekar, Sajid Khan and others have been accused of sexual harassment and most of them have already made apologizes on social media.

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First published: 16 October 2018, 11:24 IST
 
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