Trouble mounts for Nana Patekar in #MeToo movement

New Delhi, Oct 22: The MeToo movement has exposed several leading celebrities in the film industries and continues to cause major problem for them as far as their career is concerned. 

Now, trouble has mounted for actor Nana Patekar as Mumbai Police has managed to recover the original complaint copy from The Cine and TV Artistes Association or CINTAA given by Tanushree Dutta in the year 2008.In a major development in actress Tanurshree Dutta alleged molestation case against Nana Patekar, police have officially procured the original letter which Dutta had given to CINTAA just a day after the incident occurred in 2008.According to the top sources in Mumbai police, " When Tanurshree visited Oshiwara police station for the first time she had given us a copy of her previous complaint which she had submitted at CINTAA day after the incident in 2008 ,On the basis of complaint given to CINTAA in 2008 FIR registred against actor Nana Patekar because even then Tanushree had clearly mentioned as how she has been molested by him," the police officer added .Sources also revealed that police will also record the statement of representatives of CINTAA officials then in 2008 or the people who were handling her case during that time  as police wants to know their findings of official probe in the case.Sources also revealed that police also procured the original complaint copy which Dutta had filed in 2008 at CINTAA.  No development in other cases

According to the police, while taking an FIR in such types of cases they need some base evidence. In Tanushree's case they found an old letter which contained the same allegations. However in other cases which are over 5 to 6 years old, after getting everyone's written complaint police will try to get some base so that they can register the case on that basis.