Aamir Khan announced that he is walking out of the project of Gulshan Kumar biopic, Mogul after sexual misconduct allegations have been popped up on the director of that movie. However, director of the movie told that he is innocent and will prove his innocence in the court.
“Me too” movement that started in Hollywood a year back, is on full swing now in Bollywood as several women now coming forward to reveal the bitter experience they faced in the industry. Subhash Kapoor was a political journalist earlier and later turned film director, producer and screenwriter. He is known for his films like Phas Gaye Re Obama, Jolly LLB and Jolly LLB 2. In February 2014, actress Geetika Tyagi made allegations on him. She even slapped him and uploaded that slapping video on social media. She had filed a complaint against him, saying that he tried to rape her in 2012.
Now, after the “Me too” movement intensified and the actress Geetika tweeted to Kiran rao, wife of Aamir Khan on this, Aamir announced that he is walking out of the project. The director Subhask Kapoor reacted on this and told, he will respect Aamir’s decision but he will prove his innocence in court. We will have to wait and see for further developments on this.