People are using the #MeToo platform badly says Sussanne Khan

Entrepreneur Sussanne Khan is of the opinion that there are a lot of pretense and false allegations on the #MeToo platform.

Sussanne interacted with the media at Farah Khan’s new designer collection launch on Friday in Mumbai.

After Tanushree Dutta first accused veteran actor Nana Patekar of harassment many such sexual misconduct cases came forth in media and the entertainment industry including charges against Sajid Khan, Alok Nath and Vikas Bahl and more.

Reacting on #MeToo campaign, Sussanne said that people cannot accuse someone of misconduct without legal evidence.

“I honestly don’t want to comment on this issue much but I definitely feel that there is a lot of pretense, false allegations, and sort of crazy behavior. They are using the platform badly and it’s not a good thing. If they use the platform correctly then, it’s supposed to be a good thing. They shouldn’t make allegation on an individual without any legal evidence,”.

Sussanne’s former husband actor Hrithik Roshan took a firm stand in support of #MeToo when he urged the producers of his upcoming film “Super 30” to take a “hard stand” amid sexual harassment allegations against the movie’s director Vikas Bahl.

Bhagyashee Patwardhan-Dasani, Fardeen Khan, Zayed Khan and Kanika Kapoor were also present at Farah Khan’s new designer collection launch.