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Tanushree Dutta visits Harvard Business School as a guest speaker

File image of Tanushree Dutta. Photograph:( Instagram )

WION Web Team New Delhi, Delhi, India Feb 21, 2019, 04.22 PM (IST)

She created a storm in India a few months and was instrumental in bringing the #MeToo movement to India and now Tanushree Dutta is creating impact outside the country. Dutta recently went to the prestigious Harvard Business School as a guest speaker at the India conference which is organized by the students of the business school. 

Tanushree's session was moderated by journalist Pankaj Pachauri. A clip of the session has been doing the rounds of social media for some time now which has Pachauri mentioning the global #Metoo Movement and India's obsession with fair skin. 

Earlier in an interview with a news agency. Tanushree has said, "I’m quite excited as it will be a new kind of experience as my audience will be quintessentially American. I’m also a bit nervous as everyone else on the platform is highly accomplished and experienced so, I hope I hold up well.”

The actress also shared photos of her stay at the business school. 

In 2018, Tanushree accused Nana Patekar of sexual misconduct on the sets of 'Horn Ok Pleasss' back in 2008. The episode eventually led more women from various industries speaking out against sexual offenders.  Powerful people like Rajkumar Hirani, Alok Nath, Sajid Khan, Rajat Kapoor, Anu Malik, Vikas Behl, and journalist MJ Akbar were accused by women of sexual misconduct. 

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Dutta recently went to the prestigious Harvard Business School as a guest speaker at the India conference which is organized by the students of the business school.