#MeToo: Aamir Khan attends meeting at Producers Guild for safe working culture

Oct 11, 2018, 08:15 IST
  • #MeToo: Aamir Khan attends meeting at Producers Guild for safe working culture

    As the #MeeToo movement has taken rage in India, the Producers Guild of India decided to set up a committee to support the cause. As an effect of the movement, Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao attend a special meeting of the Producers Guild.

    All pictures: Yogen Shah 

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  • #MeToo: Aamir Khan attends meeting at Producers Guild for safe working culture

    Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao who form a part of the initiative, attended a special meeting to discuss the steps that can be taken to make the industry a safer place for women to work without fear. 

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  • #MeToo: Aamir Khan attends meeting at Producers Guild for safe working culture

    Aamir Khan has always known to be an active contributor towards issues pertaining to the film fraternity. With the ongoing #MeToo movement, the actor along with producers associated with the Guild assembled for a proactive meeting.

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  • #MeToo: Aamir Khan attends meeting at Producers Guild for safe working culture

    Measures to ensure a safe working environment for all members of the film fraternity was widely discussed in the meeting held by Producers Guild of India.

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  • #MeToo: Aamir Khan attends meeting at Producers Guild for safe working culture

    A lot of people are coming together and voicing their opinions about the current #MeToo situation in Bollywood. Names of many biggies in the industry have been let out by a lot of people during the moment. 

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  • #MeToo: Aamir Khan attends meeting at Producers Guild for safe working culture

    After Nana Patekar, people like Kanan Gill, Tanmay Bhat, Rajat Kapoor, Alok Nath, Vikas Bahl, have been accused of sexual harassment at the workplace. 

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Aamir Khan attended a special meeting at Producer's Guild to discuss the steps that can be taken in making the industry a safer place for women, on Wednesday afternoon.

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