Rhea Chakraborty, who made her acting debut in Sumanth Ashwin's Tuneega Tuneega, got the shock of her life when she was groped by a stranger in broad daylight in Mumbai. A visibly shocked and upset Rhea took to her micro-blogging page to vent out her anger about the incident and said, "Mumbai is so unsafe, it's scary to another level..I am absolutely frustrated with the men in this country .. Here this out, it's ridiculous (sic)." Recalling the incident, she explained, "I just got groped by a very well dressed man who casually walks into my building in broad daylight,with 2 watchmen chilling in the building. Can a girl not walk in to her own building at 5 pm.. Where is the fucking guarantee of not getting molested (sic)."
In the end, she managed to rescue herself from more trouble with some timely action. "Luckily, I take martial arts classes and I managed to kick him real hard.. And screamed so he ran away.. But Mumbai is suffocatingly unsafe. Action needs to be taken , or are we waiting for 1000s more to get molested.. ?? Is anyone going to bother , elections are round the corner! (sic)," she said.
After acting in Tuneega Tuneega, she went on to make her Bollywood debut in Ashima Chibber's Mere Dad Ki Maruti and this year, she'll soon be seen in another Hindi film, Sonali Cable.