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Elnaaz Norouzi Supports Anurag Kashyap; Says The World Needs More People Like Him

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Anurag Kashyap, director and producer, was recently accused of sexual misconduct by Payal Ghosh. Payal accused Anurag of forcing himself on her and sexually harassing her in the year 2014. Elnaaz Norouzi, who played Jamila/Zoya in Sacred Games, stood up for him and told everyone how Anurag has changed a sex scene in Sacred Games, just because she was not comfortable with nudity. She said,” The world needs more people like Anurag Kashyap.”

In an elaborate Instagram post, she extended her support to the filmmaker, Anurag Kashyap. She posted about how he made her feel safe and comfortable on the set. The 28-years-old actress was all set to leave the show because of a particular sex scene but Anurag texted her,”Listen don’t worry I’ll figure it out, just trust me.” She shared her experience about having anxiety the entire time on her first day. She was worried now that she was on the set, the filmmakers will somehow make her do the scene and she won’t be able to refuse. Later, when the director, Anurag called her and started explaining her about how he will be shooting it keeping in mind her concerns. She was still bothered as she was not sure that he would uphold his end of the deal. But, to her surprise he kept his word. She cried in her vanity and sent him a long message thanking him for “being the KIND MAN that he is.” She said,” We need more men/humans/directors like him in #Bollywood… hell not just Bollywood , but in the entire world! Thank you for allowing me to trust again and making me feel heard and safe on your Set.”

Also Read :- Bollywood Supports Anurag Kashyap in the Payal Ghosh Controversy

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Several Bollywood celebrities have come forward to support Anurag and claiming the accusation against him false. Some of these celebrities are Kalki Koechlin, Aarti Bajaj, Taapsee Pannu, Radhika Apte, Surveen Chawla, Jaydeep Sarkar, Anubhav Sinha and many more.

Khushi Gupta is an intern with SheThePeople.TV