Shiamak Davar shocked by ‘sexual abuse’ allegation

Bollywood choreographer Shiamak Davar is totally stunned with sexual abuse allegation slapped over him by two of his former students from North Vancouver, Canada, Percy Shroff and Jimmy Mistry. Shiamak totally dismissed the allegation and did not comment on the issue as the case was put up in the court and investigation is on.

Shiamak said that he wants to speak a lot about the sexual assault allegation but his lawyer David Crossin as the matter is in the court. According to an NDTV report, the choreographer refuted the allegations in a statement. "I'm shocked by these allegations and deny them completely. I will not be intimidated into silence and will defend myself vigorously in court," he said.

He also added, "Even though I'm extremely anxious to speak the truth, I have been advised not to do so publicly by my lawyer, David Crossin, as this matter is now before the court."

Shroff and Mistry has filed a lawsuit against the choreographer in the British Columbia Supreme Court in Canada of sexual haarashment.

Shroff and Mistry also alleged that Davar misused his position as controlling leader' of a sect called VRRP Spiritual Learning group.. 

Davar had said that he had not acted as a personal guru to the two dancers and was not a leader of the sect, but a 'custodian'. In his statement, he said, "It is a privilege and honour for me to continue the work of my spiritual teacher, Khorshed Bhavnagri." 

The sect follows the teachings of Khorsheed Bhavnagari, who claims that her sons who died in 1980 communicated with her.

"It is my position, as filed in my response, that these claims are being made by former members of VRRP Spiritual Learning to simply smear Mrs. Bhavnagri's good name and her wonderful book 'The Laws of the Spirit World'. I would like members of VRRP Spiritual Learning to be rest assured that I will continue to serve the book and its teachings." Davar added.