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Sidharth Tanmoy Dash

The #MeToo campaign creating ripples in the social media seems to be a reformation movement in the music and film industry of the country with more and more actress and singers opening up about the harassment that they have had to face from their male counterparts.

Singer Sona Mohapatra too jumped into the #MeToo campaign with a series of tweets directed against fellow singer and colleague Kailash Kher.

Tweeting on her experience with Kailash when both of them had met to collaborate for a song, Sona revealed that the singer had kept his hand on her thigh while telling her how beautiful she is. Besides, Kailash also remarked she has been lucky to marry a singer, not an actor.

Meanwhile, two other women including a woman journalist who tweeted how Kailash had put his hand on her thigh and had insisted that she should accompany her.

Kailash, on the other hand, has already issued an apology and said he has much respect for women and never ever can think of doing such grievous and disrespectful acts.

Sona also tweeted about an incident during which she was asked by Kailash to stop sound check and come to his room. Surprisingly Sona neither got trolled nor received any backlash for her tweets.

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