Ranveer Singh Nude Photoshoot: Indore Residents Donate Clothes To The Actor After Viral Photoshoot

Ranveer Singh Nude Photoshoot: Actor’s naked photoshoot led to an FIR being filed against him. Now, an Indore NGO organised a clothes donation drive for him.

Ranveer Singh Nude Photoshoot: Indore Residents Donate Clothes To The Actor After Viral Photoshoot
Ranveer Singh Nude Photoshoot: Indore Residents Donate Clothes To The Actor After Viral Photoshoot

Ranveer Singh’s nude photoshoot spread like wildfire on social media. He bared it all for the Paper Magazine photos, also recreating American icon Burt Reynolds’ photos. Some people loved it, and since it’s India, some were outraged. In fact, people in Madhya Pradesh’s Indore have taken Ranveer’s nakedness in the photos a little too personally. An NGO reportedly started a clothes donation drive for the Cirkus actor.

In videos going viral on social media, people could be seen queuing up to drop clothes inside a box bearing Ranveer’s photos from the shoot, and also holding an offensive tagline reading “manasik kachra” (mental garbage). One clip was shared by a News18.com on Twitter. Also Read: All About Sara Ali Khan’s Italy Vacation With Mommy Amrita Singh

Ranveer’s photoshoot also waded him into legal trouble. An application was filed with Mumbai Police on Monday seeking the registration of a First Information Report (FIR) against Ranveer for “hurting sentiments of women” through his nude photographs on social media, an official said, PTI reported. Also Read: Ranbir Kapoor Films That’ll Inspire You To Travel

Ranveer Singh Nude Photoshoot

The complaint application was submitted at the Chembur police station by an office-bearer of a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), also based in the east Mumbai suburb. The complainant stated the actor has hurt the sentiments of women and insulted their modesty through his photographs, the official said. The complainant demanded the registration of a case against the actor under the Information Technology Act and various sections of the Indian Penal Code. As per News18 report.

IMAGE CREDIT: RANVEER SINGH INSTAGRAM

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