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Here’s how Janhvi Kapoor reacts on Ranveer Singh’s nude photoshoot

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July 30, 2022 (New Delhi): Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh has been in the headlines ever since his bold photoshoot. The entire social media has been divided into two groups ever since the pictures of the actor surfaced. Some users are trolling Ranveer Singh, while some are supporting him. Many Bollywood stars have also supported Ranveer and now the name of another actress has been added to it. Recently Janhvi Kapoor gave her feedback on Ranveer Singh’s photoshoot and supported him. Actually, Janhvi Kapoor had reached an event. During that time he was questioned about Ranveer Singh’s bold photoshoot. To this Janhvi said, ‘I think it is an artistic freedom and I don’t think anyone should be punished for their artistic freedom’.

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Talking about Janhvi Kapoor’s workfront, recently her film ‘Goodluck Jerry’ was released. The film is a Hindi remake of South’s Lady Superstar Nayanthara’s film. The film has been released directly on the OTT platform Hotstar. Apart from this, Janhvi will be seen in ‘Bawal’ with Varun Dhawan. At the same time, Ranveer Singh has got the support of many people. Actress Vidya Balan recently said that those who sued Ranveer might not have work, so are spending their time on it. If you don’t like, you delete or throw the picture. Why FIR? Apart from Vidya, many stars like Alia Bhatt, Deepika Padukone, Milind Soman, Sumona Chakraborty have supported Ranveer. At the same time, some have also done bold photoshoots in support of Ranveer.

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Let us tell you that the images from Ranveer’s photo shoot for Paper Magazine were posted online on July 21. In the images, Ranveer is seen wearing no clothes. In one of the images, he was seen lying on a rug naked recreating Burt Reynold’s famous photograph. The Mumbai Police filed the FIR under various Sections of the Indian Penal Code like 292 (sale of obscene books, etc), 293 (sale of obscene objects to young people), 509 (word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman) and provisions of the Information Technology Act.

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