Former actor and Miss India Universe Tanushree Dutta had acquired the status of a ‘bombshell’ when she made a smashing debut with ‘Aashiq Banaya Aapne’ but after a short stint, she disappeared from B-town until last year, when she appeared from nowhere to speak against Nana Patekar and there onwards she ignited the #MeToo movement in India.
Tanushree told that when she was shooting for a song for Nana Patekar’s film ‘Horn Ok Please’ in 2008, Nana tried to touch her in an inappropriate way. And, when Tanushree asked him to back off, he called goons to threaten her. After her sensational claims, many women gained the confidence to unmask some popular faces of the industry; the list had names like Alok Nath and Sajid Khan as well.
Now, it's reported that Tanushree has been invited to speak at Harvard Business School, in Boston, Massachusetts. She broke this news on her Instagram account, she wrote: “Invited to speak at the Harvard Business School in Boston Massachusetts, India Conference 2019 on Feb 16, a flagship event organized by the graduate students of Harvard Business school and Harvard Kennedy School.http://indiaconference.com/2019/speakers/”
The conference is organised on the theme of India at Inflection Point, and it will cover various topics during different panel discussions. Tanushree said in an interview: “It’s an honour for me to be invited at such a prestigious platform to speak and I hope it serves as an inspiration to many who are fighting difficult battles in life.”
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