BOLLYWOOD: Anirban Blah, the founder of KWAN Entertainment, who was recently accused of sexually harassing several women, tried to commit suicide at Vashi bridge in Mumbai, Maharashtra.
When he reached Vashi bridge to commit suicide, the traffic police rescued him and sent him to the Vashi police station.
Anil Deshmukh, senior police inspector of Vashi police station, told India Today, that Anirban was upset and frustrated when he came there. “We offered him water and asked him why he wanted to commit suicide. He told us that he is in depression because of the various #MeToo allegations,” he said.
After interrogation, the police sent him back along with his relatives.
Before the police rescued Anirban, the Bollywood talent manager reportedly sent a suicide note to a newspaper.
He wrote in the note, “Without trying to justify any of my actions, I just want to say that I have tried to be the best person I can be. I didn’t have the strength to cope with what happened to me as a child in a healthy way. I never was able to separate sex from power, to make it a part of love, and somewhere along the way one part of me turned into a monster.