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A few days back Tanushree Dutta accused that Nana Patekar’s Naam Foundation is harassing and threatening her with legal action because she was telling people about their illegal activities. In an open letter, she spoke about the entire issue. Now, as per a report in Mumbai Mirror, the Bombay High Court has asked Tanushree to refrain from making any allegations against Nana after the Naam Foundation has filed a defamation suit of Rs 25 crore against her.

In January this year, Tanushree made the allegations of corruption against Nana. She was summoned in the court but was absent and not represented by an advocate, so Justice AK Menon granted relief to Nana’s foundation.


The court order read: “That pending the hearing and final disposal of the present suit, this Hon’ble court be pleased to restrain the defendant (Tanushree Dutta) from further publishing or using in any way the said defamatory press conference or its contents to cause further damage to the plaintiff’s reputation with respect to siphoning of funds, bribery, subverting police and judicial system, collecting funds on false pretext, improper maintaining of the plaintiff’s (Naam Foundation’s) accounts.”

Tanushree told Mirror, “The suit is a clear indication of how far Nana Patekar can go to trouble and silence me whenever I point out corruption.” She further said that she will demand an investigation into the functioning of the foundation.

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