A smalltime model filed a non-cognisable offence against a music producer after he hugged her and fell on her in an inebriated state on Friday night in a hotel in Jogeshwari (west) during the launch of a music album. The model, Survi Chatterjee, was on the dance floor when Ashok Khullar, the producer of the album, hugged her from behind. Khullar pushed Chatterjee to the floor and fell on her. According to the police, several television artistes and singers were present at the launch of the album. Chatterjee, who has featured in the music video, was also present at the party. After pushing her to the floor, Khullar also fell on Chatterjee. "She cried for help and the other guests in the party rushed to get her out of Khullar's clutches," said senior police inspector Kailash Ghamande of Amboli police station. The model, in her statement, told the police that Khullar was in an inebriated state and thus misbehaved with her. "He was not in his senses at all and hence misbehaved with me," Chatterjee told the police. "We lodged an NC under section 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of peace) and 323 (voluntarily causing hurt) of the Indian Penal Code," said Ghamande.