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Tanushree Dutta-Nana Patekar row is "meaningless" for Kailash Kher

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Singer Kailash Kher on Saturday refrained from commenting on the controversy surrounding Tanushree Dutta and veteran actor Nana Patekar and dubbed the issue as "meaningless".

Kher told ANI, "This is a meaningless issue for me. I believe if two people are fighting there are institutions made for the purpose; they have legal recourse available for them."

He added, "If others talk about such issues, they are just trying to act smart. I am not born to do meaningless talk."

On being asked about whose side is he on, the 'Teri Deewani' singer refused to comment saying, "I am on my side. I am on a good heart's side. It depends on a person to choose between positivity and negativity. People should talk about their work and meaningful things."

Tanushree Dutta has alleged that Patekar misbehaved with her on the sets of the film 'Horn Ok Pleasss'. She has accused him of harassing her while shooting for a special dance number in the movie and also claimed that dance choreographer Ganesh Acharya teamed up against her.

Patekar, however, has refuted the allegations and said that a "lie will remain a lie."

The allegations stirred a storm in the B-Town, with celebrities giving mixed reactions on the case.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Sun, October 07 2018. 06:40 IST
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