Another case of casting couch has come to the fore in Hyderabad, wherein a Telugu on-screen character has guaranteed that organizers of a mainstream TV reality show asked for sexual favors.
The charges come a multi-day after a Hyderabad-put together journalist leveled comparable allegations concerning the organizers of the reality show.
Clarifying her experience, the on-screen character, who has additionally been picked as a challenger on the show, asserted, “After I was chosen, the two organizers, basically Abhishek and Shyaam, began approaching me for sexual favors to go into the show, and when I contradicted it, I was pestered in various ways.”
“As the agreement was ended without earlier notice, I asked for pay, yet they are irritating me. They are influencing me from all corners and attempting to stigmatize me,” she told the police.
Gayatri Gupta claimed that she was dropped from the show after she wouldn’t surrender to casting couch requests from the organizers. A complaint was held up with Raidurgam police of Hyderabad on Sunday. The initial two periods of the reality show was a tremendous hit, yet the Big Boss-III is now damaged by contentions amid charges of the casting couch.
The injured individual included that she got the boldness to document a complaint before police about this after becoming acquainted with about the woman journalist who professed to have confronted a comparative circumstance.
Raidurgam Police has affirmed that the entertainer documented a case regarding the issue on Sunday and said a test is in progress.
The police authorities said they would check the substance of the complaint and register a case according to the law. Further request is in progress, said a body from Hyderabad.
Hyderabad City Police had on Sunday enrolled a complaint against the makers of the popular reality show for purportedly demanding sexual favors from a woman journalist to guarantee her entrance into the TV show.
Those referenced in the complaint have been distinguished as Ravikanth, Raghu, Abhishek, and Shyaam.
“The complainant is a senior journalist in the city. She said that she got a call from the show organizers in June. She was educated that she was chosen for the show and was asked to contact concerned specialists. She was likewise given telephone quantities of those people with whom she ought to connect with.” Kalinga Rao, Inspector of Police, Banjara Hills, had told ANI.