Tanushree Dutta invited as a speaker for Harvard Business School's flagship event; shares post

Tanushree Dutta invited as a speaker for Harvard Business School's flagship event; shares postTanushree Dutta invited as a speaker for Harvard Business School's flagship event; shares post
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Tanushree Dutta created a stir with her return to India as she not only kickstarted the Me Too movement in India but also led to a revolution in the history of the entertainment business. Tanushree accused her Horn 'Ok' Pleassss co-star Nana Patekar and others from the team of sexually harassing her, and while they went on to outright deny any such allegations, the fight continues. Tanushree, however, has returned home as she felt that her staying here wouldn't speed up the process and that she'd rather stay home than here.

Meanwhile, the actress is back to normal life and kickstarted her everyday routine. Now, the actress shared a post on her social media, and had a piece of news to give out. She will be speaking at a conference, and 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."

(ALSO READ: #MeToo: Tanushree Dutta curses Ganesh Acharya, Nana Patekar, Rakhi Sawant and others in her latest statement )

Tanushree was recently in the news for giving it out to everyone associated with the film, and said, "Ganesh Acharya, An ungrateful moron who was recommended by me for the horn ok please song and who turned on me just as quickly to help Nana get his way with me on the sets. His name is one of the four accused in my FIR. I wasn't harassed by just one but four ppl on set when I was only 24 years old and rising in my Bollywood career. This same Ganesh Acharya also went on to spread malicious rumours about me in the press thereafter and ruin my professional reputation. This guy is the brainchild behind all of the smear campaigns that were run on me by Rakhi Sawant where I was accused of all manner of derogatory things. I'm surprised that I'm still alive after so much humiliation 10 years ago as well as in the last 6 months of my stay in India where I took a stand against workplace harassment."

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awesome! Tanushree should expose people more.

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