#MeToo: Sajid Khan steps down as director of ‘Housefull 4’

Carla Harmon
October 12, 2018

No one would cast me unless I was ready to be their "keep", Saloni writes. She also said the filmmaker has targeted many girls and it's time to speak about it. "I don't know how but he will have to find a way to atone for his alleged actions".

".by the end of the interview I was in tears, and I wasn't entirely sure why". He then, further went on to insult her that he couldn't get a boner with her because she was that unattractive, while touching his genitals again.

When Saloni Chopra first got interviewed for the job of an AD (Assistant Director) for Sajid Khan's film, the man asked her about her sexual experience, of she's ever been sexually abused or she will ever get a breast job. A report in a leading news portal claims that the producer of the film Sajid Nadiadwala and Akshay Kumar have collectively decided that Sajid Khan should no longer remain a part of the project especially with the #MeToo movement gaining so much momentum in the country.


She further wrote that Sajid walked out of the room to bring some CDs he wanted to show her.

"A few years later, I had to work with Sajid when I was at MTV". Queen director Vikas Bahl has been accused by three women, including actor Kangana Ranaut of sexual harassment.

She added that she had to work with him again while she was working with a music channel.


"In the wake of the allegations against me and the pressure being put on me and my family, the producers and stars of my film Housefull 4, I must take the moral responsibility of stepping down from my directorial post", Sajid wrote.

Even a journalist issued a statement where she was called to Sajid's house for an "interview" where he only talked about his penis, flashed it and forced his tongue down her throat.

In the last two weeks, since the time Tanushree Dutta came out with details of harassment she faced on the sets of a 2008 film, Horn OK Pleassss, at the hands of veteran actor Nana Patekar, scores of women have spoken up in what is being seen as India's #MeToo.


Anyhow, Sajid himself cleared that he will not be directing till a judgement on him is passed.

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