Is There a Hypocrisy in Hrithik Roshan, Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane’s Stand on Vikas Bahl?
Bollywood News

Is There a Hypocrisy in Hrithik Roshan, Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane’s Stand on Vikas Bahl?

As the former Phantom partners slug it out, Hrithik Roshan too has a lot to answer

Vikas Bahl’s legal notice to his ex-partners, Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane is a slap in the face for the high moral ground taken by the duo. Vikas Bahl was accused of sexual harassment by a co-worker and things haven’t been the same ever since.

Blowing  the  lid off the hypocrisy, a  source  from Phantom says, “What is  this we-are-sorry-we-didn’t-know-better  attitude Kashyap and Motwane  have adopted? What are  they trying to prove? They knew exactly what Vikas Bahl was up to, and the incident of sexual violation in Goa that has now snowballed  into a  major controversy was extensively  written and spoken about. This act of martyred  innocence  is  extremely hypocritical.”

Sources say the roots of  Kashyap and Motwane’s  animosity  with Bahl are not moral but financial. Apparently Bahl has been making lavish use of the now-dissolved company’s funds. Kashyap and Motwane want the financial irregularities  to be rectified. Plus there were creative differences too.

While  the  co-partners at Phantom fight it out , Hrithik Roshan who stars  in Vikas Bahl’s  Anand  Kumar bio-pic Super 30 , would  find it  difficult to explain why he signed  the film in the first place. Says a  source, “When Hrithik signed Super 30 Vikas Bahl’s sexual escapades were  common  knowledge. By taking a high moral ground now, Hrithik cannot absolve himself from the guilt of working with an alleged sexual offender. The truth is, most of the men in Bollywood are known to sow their wild oats. Bahl’s crimes were never considered crimes by the boys’ club of Bollywood.” Hrithik took a stand recently of not working with sexual offenders after he was criticised on social media for staying silent on the issue.

For all the latest entertainment news, follow us on Twitter & Instagram, like us on Facebook and subscribe to our channel on YouTube.