Daisy Shah to record statement with Mumbai Police today in Tanushree-Nana harassment case


PeepingMoon.com had earlier informed you on October 11 that Tanushree Dutta pointed out choreographer turned actress Daisy Shah's name in her official statement against Nana Patekar in the harassment case. She had stated that in the evening the incident took place, Daisy was present at the spot. Now considering that Daisy is the prime witness in this case, Mumbai Police has summoned the actress to appear at the Oshiwara police station today. As per our sources, Daisy will be recording her statement as well.

After Tanushree opened up that it was Daisy that she spoke to about Nana's advances on the sets of 2008 film Horn Ok Pleasss, Daisy recently came out in support of her by saying that something has definitely happened on the third day of the shoot.

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"I had practiced that song with Tanushree for 3 days and I remember that that first two days went completely fine without any problem. On the third day, something did happen but I don't know about it properly," Daisy said by further adding, "As a woman, I can definitely say that if something wrong had been done with Tanushree, then I am completely with her."

Meanwhile, the Mumbai Police has already informed that legal notices will be served to summon Nana Patekar, choreographer Ganesh Acharya, producer Sami Siddiqui and director Rakesh Sarang for recording their statements. However, before the four of them, the Mumbai Police will record statements of other eye witnesses in the ten-years old case.

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