Minissha Lamba says the #MeToo movement should not be trivialised and that women should stand by each other in solidarity.
Chimayi said that in the past few months she has been banned from the South Indian cine, television artistes and Dubbing Artistes Union for speaking up.
'Sanju' director Rajkumar Hirani accused of sexual assault, filmmaker terms #MeToo story 'malicious'
In an article on HuffPost India, the woman, who calls herself "an assistant", alleged that Hirani sexually abused her more than once between March and September 2018.
The complainant, best known for a popular television show of the 90s, accused Nath of raping her in a social media post last month.
Zinta was slammed for saying, "I wish I had (faced sexual harassment), I would have an answer to tell you," in a video interview.
As per the source, senior ministers, in off-record conversations, have indicated that Akbar will have to step down once he returns to India.
The #MeToo movement is on the cusp of completing its first anniversary and the filmmaker calls the upswing "rewarding".