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Thursday, 23 February 2017

Not just the Malayalam actress rape: These stars too had sickening experiences

A popular Malayalam actor was abducted and molested by a gang of six in Kerala. However, this is not the first instance where an actor has been sexually assaulted. Here are the stars who had faced some horrific experiences.

Shriya Saran:
Actor Shriya Saran was molested by an enthusiastic fan at Tirumala temple. However, the actor did not file any complaint with the police.

Priyamani:
According to reports, a noted celebrity sexually assaulted actor Priyamani at a CCL (Celebrity Cricket League) party back in 2012.

Nagma:
In 2014, actor-turned-politician Nagma was molested by her colleague Congress MLA Gaj Raj Sharma at a rally in Meerut. The incident, which happened in broad daylight, shook the entire nation.

Genelia:
Genelia D'Souza was mobbed by fans when the actor inaugurated a showroom in Vijayawada. Genelia went ahead and slapped one of the fans who reportedly groped the actor in public.

Smitha:
Kannada actor Smitha shared her nightmarish Goa experience with India Today. In November 2015, Smitha was in Gokarna shooting for the Kannada movie Shuddhi, when she decided to take a break in Goa. When Smitha was taking a stroll on the beach at night, a group of boys, high on alcohol,  harassed the actor.

Malayalam actor:
A Malayalam actor was abducted and molested by a gang of six, who reportedly took pictures of the actor to blackmail her. The actor's driver was arrested on the same night, while the other two were arrested in Coimbatore on Sunday (February 19). The accused will be charged under Sections 366 (kidnapping), 376 (rape) of IPC and Section 66 of the IT Act.

Varalaxmi Sarathkumar:
Tamil actor Varalaxmi took to Twitter and shared her horrific experience. Recalling the incident, she said, "I was in a meeting with the programming head of a leading TV channel. Towards the end of the half hour meeting, he asked me, 'So...when can we meet outside?' To which I replied, 'Regarding some other work?'. His reply was (said with a smug smile like it was the norm) 'No no! Not work... for other things.' I hid my shock and anger and told him, 'Sorry! Please leave.' His last word on the topic was, 'So...that's all?'. He smiled and walked away."

(Source: India Today)

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