Chennai: The anticipatory bail plea filed by actor Mansoor Ali Khan in the case involving obscene remarks against actress Trisha has been rejected by the Chennai Principle Sessions Court. The decision follows an apology issued by the actor for the incident in question.
The Tamil Nadu police registered a case against Mansoor Ali Khan following directives from the National Commission for Women. The actor appeared at the police station recently and expressed regret for his inappropriate remarks against the actress.
The controversy arose when Mansoor Ali Khan made an anti-women remark during an interview with the media about a film. The actor said that he was expecting a bedroom scene when he learned that Trisha was the heroine. Despite facing backlash, Mansoor Ali Khan defended himself, insisting that he had not made any improper statements.
In response to the actor’s comments, Trisha herself came forward, prompting widespread protests against Mansoor Ali Khan. The National Commission for Women also took proactive measures by registering a case against the actor. Subsequently, Mansoor Ali Khan issued a public apology for his remarks.