It seems a competition is going on in Bollywood for harassing co-workers, soon after TVF owner Arunabh Kumar’s molesting issue with his female colleague. Here comes Vikas Bahl, the filmmaker who is recently in news for sexually harassing one of his female co-workers.
Vikas Bahl is the maker of movies like Queen, Shaandaar and Chillar Party. Initially, he started his career as a UTV spot boy, but talent and hard work brought him to work under the banner of Phantom Films. He has also won three National Film Awards and one Filmfare Award.
As per a report by Mumbai Mirror, Phantom Films’ board of members is going to take a tough decision against Vikas who is accused of molesting a colleague. The report is very shocking and has surprised all, including the entire film industry.
According to the report, the incident took place during a trip to Goa a few months back. The report has been shared with Anurag Kashyap, Vikramaditya Motwane and Madhu Mantena who are the members of Phantom Films.
Phantom Films and Reliance Entertainment bear a partnership of 50-50 and are now deciding to kick him out from his role at the production house. Vikas has been advised to leave the office by April end.
Vikas Bahl’s reaction was entirely different when asked regarding the same. According to him, he knows the lady since last two-and-a-half years. They both are friends, but she is not his employee, though they have worked together for a production house. As per Bahl, he went to sit with her for a one-to-one session and asked where exactly he crossed the limit.
He added, “Phantom Films is my family and it’s members are my best friends.”