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‘Me Too Campaign’ against Mukesh: Tess Joseph

With ‘Me Too’ campaign making waves across the nation, here comes a shock for the Malayalam film industry. Casting director Tess Joseph has come up with some marked comments against the Film Actor Mukesh earlier this day. Well, soon then the issue has grabbed the pole position across news columns. In line with Tess’s revelations, various political parties have conducted march towards the house of Mukesh in Kollam. However,  then Tess has come up lashing those who politicized her revelation. She maintained that her intention wasn’t related to any particular political intentions.

The incident took place 19 years ago, when Tess was associating the TV show ‘Kodeeswaran’, which was hosted by Mukesh. Tess maintained that Mukesh, misbehaved to her during their stay at Le Meridian hotel in Chennai. However, Tess thanked her then boss Derek Brien, who helped her to get out of the show. After facing several questions regarding her late revelation, Tess explained that it was only these days, which she gained confidence to open up things. It has to be seen, how things will shape in Mollywood after this.

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