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Ajay Devgn on #MeToo allegations: There is a difference between guilty and accused

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 16 July 2019, 15:16 IST
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Last year MeToo movement made a huge buzz and in this movement, we saw several big names came in the allegations. Even last few days, Ajay Devgn was also in the discussions for having Alok Nath in his film De De Pyaar De despite he was allegedly accused of raping a woman. At that time Ajay Devgn said that the film was shot before MeToo movement.

Recently, when Ajay Devgn was asked would he like to work with the people who have been allegedly accused of sexual harassment. Ajay Devgn said, "There’s a difference between ‘accused’ and ‘proven guilty’," he points out. "One must definitely not work with those proven guilty. But those who haven’t been… we can’t be unfair to them. What about their families? I know an ‘accused’, whose daughter was so traumatised, she stopped eating and going to school.”


However, Ajay Devgn during the MeToo movement tweeted, "I’m disturbed by all the happenings with regards to #MeToo. My company and I believe in providing women with utmost respect and safety. If anyone has wronged even a single woman, neither ADF nor I will stand for it."


Let us tell you that Ajay Devgn is on success run and he has given back to back two films in the year 2019. Ajay Devgn's last two films Total Dhamaal and De De Pyaar De did amazing box office collection at the box office. Meanwhile, on the other hand, he will also be seen in films like Tanaji: The Unsung Warrior, Bhuj: The Pride of India and others.

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First published: 16 July 2019, 15:16 IST