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Vikas Bahl slaps legal notice on former Phantom Films partners

10 October 2018

Bahl responded by sending former partners at Phantom Films, Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane, a legal notice through advocate Shamsher Garud of Jayakar and Partners.

In the notice, Bahl has alleged that Kashyap and Motwane acted on hearsay to portray him as a villain. The notice also said that Kashyap bribed another employee of Phantom to make these allegations against Bahl and that there was no personal agenda behind it. Mr. Bahl's claim is that Mr. Kashyap and Mr Motwane's actions are a result of professional rivalry and jealousy.

Finally he revealed that he is stepping back as a board member of MAMI until his name is cleared for being complicit with Vikas' actions, "In the light of the current events, I have chose to step back from my duties as a board member from MAMI until the shadow of doubt of our alleged complicitness in silence and not doing anything about it, is cleared". Can't explain further to people who don't understand due process, legalities.

"Everyone is talking about Vikas Bahl".

On the other hand I vehemently deny to have stayed silent on the issue & not doing anything about it for years. Now as per the latest reports, Vikas has lashed at both co-workers by calling them as opportunists.

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MUMBAI- Actor Rajkummar Rao, who worked with Bollywood director Vikas Bahl on the movie Queen, has spoken out after HuffPost India published a detailed account of a survivor who said Bahl assaulted her in 2015.

The 47-year-old director has also asked for an "unconditional apology" and urged Kashyap and Motwane to withdraw the "contradictory" statements made by them on social media. "This was to show that no sexual harassment incident had taken place".

After the #MeToo movement knocked on Bollywood's door, several prominent members of the film industry, including actors Nana Patekar, Alok Nath and Rajat Kapoor, singer Kailash Kher and poet-lyricist Vairamuthu, among others, have been outed as alleged sexual predators.

After being accused by four women of sexual misconduct, director Vikas Bahl has been dropped from the credits of Hrithik Roshan film '83 and been sent a show-cause notice terminating his membership from the Indian Film & Television Directors' Association (IFTDA) He's also been dropped from Super 30 promos and an Amazon Prime show.

Vikas Bahl slaps legal notice on former Phantom Films partners