Bengaluru: With the #MeTooIndia movement at its peak, another South Indian actress, who predominantly works in Sandalwood, has opened up about her experience.
Going live on Facebook Wednesday evening, actress Sanjjanaa Galrani said she was forced to do obscene scenes in her debut movie, 'Ganda Hendathi,' which released in 2006. Directed by Ravi Shrivatsa, it was a remake of the hit Hindi movie 'Murder' released in 2004.
The revelation comes days after radio jockey turned actress, Nethra spoke of her experience and actress Sangeetha Bhat, shared her 10 year ordeal in the industry before she quit it. Both women did not mention any names.
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