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Starlet accuses 'Chandni Bar' director of rape

Vijay Singh in Mumbai | July 22, 2004 15:39 IST
Last Updated: July 23, 2004 01:07 IST


A starlet on Thursday accused Chandni Bar director, Madhur Bhandarkar, of rape and intimidation.

The girl, who has acted in two Bhandarkar movies, filed a complaint with the Versova police in north-west Mumbai, DCP Bipin Kumar said. "We are investigating the charges," Kumar said.

In her FIR, the girl said she had a relationship with Bhandarkar since 2000. She alleged that he had promised her lead roles in his movies, but nothing materialised.

When she complained to him, he began beating and threatened her family, the FIR said.


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Sub: Poor Preeti

No doubt Madhur had taken advantage of the girl. But what was she doing? The first time she knew her choice. Compromise for a roll ...


Posted by Raman S K





Sub: rape as a strategy option

Tons and tons of easy black money generated in this country not attracting any income tax is driving a large proportion of crime including rape ...


Posted by Venkat





Sub: real rape by film director?

In India majority of the businesses of all kinds and of all sizes during the last 3-4 decades were set up by hard core white ...


Posted by prattipati





Sub: Defining Rape

The Act of Rape is forceful act of sex without the consent of either one of the partners. In which case even a wife can ...


Posted by ANITA





Sub: we dont know the reality

we can not just come to a conclusion like that so easly were we can accuse the film director ,the police should investigate both the ...


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