Urvashi Rautela reacts to National Commission for Women’s Notice to her in IMG ventures case

Yogita Bhayana who is the founder of People Against Rape in India filed a case against Sunny Verma which also involves Urvashi Rautela.
Written By Apoorv Shandilya | Updated: August 08, 2020 16:42 IST
Urvashi Rautela reacts to National Commission for Women’s Notice to her in IMG ventures case

Hindi actress and model Urvashi Rautela has now taken to social media to officially respond to the notice given to her by the National Commission for Women. Urvashi reacted to her involvement in the case of the IMG venture. The event unfolded when Yogita Bhayana filed a complaint against Sunny Verma for misleading women and young actors in Hollywood. The case also involves Urvashi among several Bollywood celebrities whose names have been linked with IMG Ventures.
 
The actress responded saying, "In light of the shocking development and unfolding of scandalizing allegations pressed on IMG Venture (our then client), I have been attracting a great deal of hatred and animosity from all quarters and have found myself to be at the receiving end of this disgraceful revelation."
 
"My official association with the client was purely centered on rendering my services towards the on-ground finale event happening in November as the scope of a celebrity jury. I was in no capacity involved with the selection process, operations of the event, and neither is the knowledge of the same," she added.
 
Urvashi also said that she supports the women who are victims of the entire case. She said, “I will be glad to assist them in any possible way and guide them better. I have always advocated and lent our voice for women's rights and empowerment and hopefully, we can create a progressive and secure professional ecosystem for the women of our society.”
 
Meanwhile, Yogita spoke to IANS and said, “I want to convey that if these people can unofficially ask IMG Ventures to remove their videos from their website why did they not answer or reply to NCW in today's hearing?"
 


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