Comedian Kaneez Surka is another person to join the #MeToo movement in India.
She revealed that her fellow colleague, Aditi Mittal had kissed her on a show publicly on the mouth.
In her detailed story, she mentioned that 2 years back, Aditi came up to her during her act and kissed her on the mouth in the presence of 100 audience members that included other comedians too.
She also revealed that post that, Aditi had apologised to her but then turned hostile towards her.
She mentioned in her post that now, that she saw Aditi supporting the movement, she felt angry and confronted her to come out openly.
However, on being confronted again, Aditi vehemently denied all the allegations that forced Kaneez to mention her name in the post.
Here’s the message she posted on Twitter:
— Kaneez Surka (@kaneezsurka) October 10, 2018
Kaneez Surka has now demanded a public apology from fellow colleague Aditi Mittal in the light of this instant.
This post comes as a twist in the campaign, as till now only men were accused of forcing themselves on women colleagues.
Another comedian, Utsav Chakraborty had been accused of asking for sexual favours from fans, after which AIB ended all association with him.
The whole #MeToo movement in Bollywood began after Tanushree Dutta accused Nana Patekar of sexually harassing her back in 2008 during Horn Ok Please.
Currently, with a number of names from Bollywood coming up, the whole movement seems to be gaining momentum and strength each day.