Last year, after the Me Too movement hit the Indian shores, Geetika Tyagi's case of sexual harassment filed against filmmaker Subhash Kapoor also came back in the limelight. As Subhas' name once again surfaced in the Me Too movement, Aamir Khan who was supposed to work in the director's 'Mogul' immediately distanced himself from the project.
Aamir and his wife Kiran Rao, who were also the co-producer of 'Mogul' had said that they have a zero-tolerance policy towards sexual misconduct and predatory behaviour. Subhash was dropped from the film and his contract with T-Series was also terminated.
— Aamir Khan (@aamir_khan)
October 10, 2018
Talking about the work opportunity that she had lost ever since she filed the case, Geetika said, "What about the opportunities I lost? The trauma I still suffer? Anyway, to each his own. Structures are designed in a way that protects men. Within this structure, I am doing all that I can. And I will continue to do so. Follow the book.”
We wonder what Aamir has to say about this now? Until then stay tuned for more updates on this story.