Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh has made a lot of headlines in the last few days. He did a nude photoshoot. After that there was a lot of ruckus. At some places, a case was even registered against him. Now the latest update is that the Calcutta High Court has received a Public Interest Litigation (PIL), in which the West Bengal government and officials have been requested from the court to seize all the copies of International Magazine ‘Paper’ dated 23rd July. Give. Because it featured pictures of Ranveer Singh’s photoshoot.
According to a Times Now report, this PIL has been filed by Advocate Nazia Ilahi Khan. He has alleged that that photo of Ranveer Singh is ‘obscene’ according to many people. Along with this, Advocate Sahiba has also claimed that these pictures of the actor can corrupt the mind of many people especially minors in West Bengal. Apart from removing the magazine from all the places, Nazia has also demanded to block it from all the sites in West Bengal.
Do you know who is this child who is scared as a ghost? Her grandmother was a famous actress, herself is also the biggest superstar when the demand for registering an FIR against Ranveer Singh, let us tell you that in the last month i.e. July 2022, two applications had come to the Mumbai Police. It also sought registration of an FIR against Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh for allegedly “hurting feelings of women”. An official had said, “We have received applications in this matter from a person associated with an NGO and a woman lawyer. No such case has been registered yet. Just inquiring.
PETA wrote a letter to Ranveer Singh, saying- Will we do a photoshoot without clothes for our campaign? Ranveer Singh hurt the sentiments of women Actually, in separate written by an officer of an NGO and a woman lawyer at Chembur police station Complaint was given. The official had said that the NGO’s office-bearer said that the actor has hurt the sentiments of women by getting such pictures clicked and insulted their modesty through his photographs. Well, now what is the decision on the lawyer’s PIL in Bengal, it will be clear in the coming time.