Mallika Dua Slammed ‘Babuji’ Alok Nath But When Her Father Was Accused She Kept Mum

11:47 am 16 Oct, 2018


Women in India have found their voice after remaining silent for decades, as the #MeToo movement is currently at its peak. Over the last one month, women from different walks of life have spoken against their perpetrators, while others have also strongly come out in support of the victims. Accusations have been put against many renowned names including Nana Patekar, Chetan Bhagat, Vikas Behl, Alok Nath, Kailash Kher, MJ Akbar to name a few. Joining the list of offenders is veteran journalist Vinod Dua, father of popular comedian Mallika Dua. Vinod Dua has been named in the #MeToo campaign by documentary filmmaker Nishtha Jain.

The filmmaker has alleged that Vinod Dua sexually harassed her almost three decades ago. Let us tell you that Mallika Dua is known for speaking up against injustice against women and she has been supporting the victims of #MeToo ever since the social media saw the movement getting momentum. Mallika has been sharing stories of women and tweeted about them expressing her support for the movement.




She was also seen slamming actor Alok Nath, who has been accused of sexual assault and rape.


After her father was named, Mallika Dua has now come up with a striking statement, expressing her concern and view on the situation. As per a report, Mallika has said that she would stand up for the survivors. This is what she said:

“If at all my father is truly guilty of what you described, it is unacceptable, traumatic and painful.”



Checkout her complete Instagram post below:



Mallika shared the same post on Twitter also. However, in a stark contrast, she decided to kept mum when her father was accused in this whole episode.


On the other hand, Nishtha Jain had talked about how Vinod Dua lashed out against Akshay Kumar some time back when her daughter was attacked.

“When I read about his outrage against Akshay Kumar’s sexist words to his daughter Mallika Dua, I said to myself he’s obviously forgotten that he was no less sexist, no less misogynist, no less creepy a sexual harasser, potential rapist. If he did to me, I’m sure he would have done it to other women. Today, he does programmes explaining (to) the world what constitutes sexual harassment. He should stop everything and look into his own shady past.”




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