Ranveer Singh nude photoshoot row: Bollywood actor records statement with Mumbai police

The star became part of a naked photoshoot for a publication in July

Bollywood celebrity Ranveer Singh, that lately obtained involved in a debate after posturing naked for a publication photoshoot, on Monday, taped his declaration with the Mumbai Cops, over an FIR submitted versus him for the very same.

The FIR had actually been signed up versus Ranveer on July 26, on a grievance submitted at the Chembur Police Headquarters. Apparently, the instance was submitted after obtaining the problem by an office-bearer of the NGO that had actually declared that the star injured the beliefs of ladies with his naked images.

On Monday, the ‘Padmaavat’ star obtained his declaration taped for 2 hrs at Mumbai’s Chembur Police headquarters, where Ranveer got to today at 7.30 am though he had actually been asked ahead on August 30.

The Mumbai Cops submitted the FIR under numerous Areas of the Indian Penal Code like 292 (sale of profane publications, and so on), 293 (sale of profane challenge youngsters), 509 (word, motion or act meant to disrespect the discreetness of a female) and also arrangements of the Infotech Act.

Ranveer’s image shoot photos were published online on July 21. In them, Ranveer is seen using no garments. In among the photos, he was seen resting on a carpet nude recreating Burt Reynold’s renowned picture.

At The Same Time, on the job front, Ranveer was lately seen in Netflix’s interactive unique ‘Ranveer vs Wild with Bear Grylls’ which got a favorable reaction from netizens throughout the world. Regarding movies are worried, he will certainly next off be seen in Rohit Shetty’s following directorial movie ‘Cirkus’ with Jacqueline Fernandes and also Pooja Hegde. The movie is slated to launch on the event of Xmas 2022.

Besides that, Ranveer likewise has ‘Rocky aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani’ with Alia Bhatt, Dharmendra, Shabana Azmi and also Jaya Bachchan. The movie is good to go to strike the theaters on February 11, 2023.

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