Asked Her To Take Off Top: Jiah Khan’s Sister Accuses Sajid Khan Of Sexually Harassing The Deceased Actor

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The second episode of the three-part documentary on Jiah Khan’s death by BBC, titled Death in Bollywood, has stirred fresh controversy. Khan’s sister Karishma can be seen accusing Bollywood filmmaker Sajid Khan of sexually harassing the deceased actor in a viral clip from the episode. Jiah Khan died by suicide in 2013.

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In the clip from the documentary, Karishma recounted an incident that occurred during a rehearsal, when Khan asked Jiah to take off her top and her bra. “She didn’t know what to do, she said ‘the filming hasn’t even begun yet and this is happening.’ She came home and cried.” She also revealed that Jiah was scared that Sajid Khan would sue her if she backed out of his film, as she was bound by a contract. Jiah was also afraid that Khan would “slander ‘my name and if I stay then I’ll be sexually harassed, it is a lose-lose situation.’ So, she did do the film,” claimed Karishma.

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Actor Kangana Ranaut shared the clip from Death in Bollywood on Twitter, and wrote, “They killed Jiah they killed Sushant and they tried to kill me, but they roam free have full support of the mafia, growing stronger and successful every year. Know the world is not ideal you are either the prey or the predator. No one will save you you have to save yourself.”

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