Director Subhash Kapoor arrested in Geetika molestation case

Four months after the complaint was lodged, the Versova police have arrested the director of ‘Jolly LLB’ Subhash Kapoor. His former friend and colleague, actress Geetika Tyagi lodged complaint against him in 2014 accusing the director of molesting her in pretext of landing her a role in film.

A controversial video was also circulated on net which shows Subhash Kapoor and his wife pleading Geetika to forgive as they have a child and has a future ahead. Out of outrage, Geetika slapped the director. Apart from Geetika Tyagi, Subhash Kapoor and his wife, filmmaker Atul Sabharwal, was also part of the video.

Police arrested the director on the basis of the video but later he was released on bail. The video confirmed that something wrong happened between them.

The video is loaded on youtube with the title, ‘Subhash Kapoor’s true face’. The video shows that Subhash’s wife Dimple Kharbanda, pleading Tyagi and her boyfriend, director Atul Sabharwal, to keep the matter private. "Sab kuch khatam ho gaya hai.. ek hi cheez bachhi hai, uss bachhe (their son) ka future”.  Kharbanda was in tears and she was not able to speak, she was totally heartbroken.

Geetika’s voice was also heard, she was in tears saying, "I don’t know what to do," Kapoor says. Tyagi run to slap Kapoor.

Alongside the video, Tyagi has written, "My intentions of uploading this video is to caution those girls who will come in contact with this man, Subhash Kapoor, socially or professionally and will make the mistake of looking up to him as father-figure or as an elder brother and trust him and... for all girls who, if god forbid become victims of sexual assault, not to give in to pleading of their attacker’s wife, sister, mother, daughter or any woman who asks for your forgiveness for attacker... (sic)"

No sooner the video was loaded on site and the true face of Subhash Kapoor came into forefront, internet is buzz with comments. "Unbelievable. Power and big kudos to you! This would not have been easy".  "It took a lot of courage but finally I did it. Thank you Atul!" Tyagi posted on Twitter, even though she did not respond to our repeated calls.

Sabharwal also tweeted, "May this end the mental suffering that you’ve been going through ever since."