In October last year, Bollywood actor Alok Nath was accused of rape and sexual harassment by writer-producer Vinta Nanda. Post these allegations, he was expelled by Cine and TV Artistes Association (CINTAA).
Now, if latest reports are to be believed, Alok Nath is all set to appear in a film based on #MeToo movement.
According to a report in Mumbai Mirror, the actor will be seen playing the role of a judge in the film titled ‘Main Bhi’.
Alok Nath to play the role of a Judge
Talking about the film, Alok said, “I’m not doing any films at the moment. This was something I shot for a while ago. Is there a problem? You sound sad that I’m doing a film. It’s a puny role for poor producers, let it release.”
The film will be directed by Nasir Khan and it will also stars Khalid Siddiqui, Shawar Ali, Imran Khan, Mukesh Khanna and Shahbaz Khan in pivotal roles.
Talking about the film, Khalid revealed to the tabloid that Alok Nath will be giving a speech in the climax stating how molestation is wrong.
For the uninitiated, in the wake of #MeeToo, Alok Nath has been accused of rape by Senior TV writer-producer, Vinta Nanda. The veteran writer-producer has accused actor Alok Nath of raping her 19 years ago. She served as the writer and producer of teleserial ‘Tara’ in the 90s, in which Nath played a lead role.