It's a struggle
The victim said, "It was my dream to become famous, but not by compromising my dignity. I have choreographed a number of music videos and shows. On August 4, I got to know that the director of a new Marathi film was looking for fresh faces. After I contacted the person, he called me for an interview and a screen test. The director and two producers were present in the studio."
"On August 6, I was called to the office again. When I reached, Pawar's assistant Akash told me that I had been selected as the film's second lead and work on the project would begin after Ganesh Chaturthi. He told me I wouldn't get paid for it, but I took up the offer, as it was a good opportunity," she added.
Sub-inspector Sangita Gode said, "Pawar is on the run. He will be held soon."
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