Last year, actress Tanushree Dutta sparted the MeToo movement in India in which many many bollywood celebrities have been accused of sexual misconduct. Director Sajid Khan has been making headlines for quite some time now. Soon after the MeToo movement that took Bollywood by a storm, many women came forward and called out Sajid for alleged misconduct. Not only was his entire family unhappy with the events, but Sajid was also sacked from all of his duties. Tamannaah Bhatia came in the support of the filmmaker.
Recently in an interview with Deccan Chronicle, Tamannaah who has worked with Sajid in Himmatwala said that the filmmaker did not misbehave with her during the shoot of their film. The Entertainment actress was quoted as saying, "For me, it has always been about the script and what's the kind of film that I am working on. When I worked with Sajid, unfortunately, none of our films did well. He never treated me in any bad way and I was completely comfortable working with him."
Responding to Vidhya's statement, Tamannaah said, "Everyone has a different experience and everybody is entitled to their own opinion and experience. If Vidya has had a bad experience, it's normal for her to react like that."
On the work front, Tamannaah will next be seen in the Tamil remake of Kangana Ranaut's national awarded film, Queen.