Ranveer Singh, recently, took the internet by storm as he posed for a bold photoshoot for 'Paper' magazine. He is known for his quirky sense of fashion style.
'Jayeshbhai Jordaar' actor posed naked for the 'Paper' magazine cover. In the meanwhile, his female fans were not able to stop swooning over his avatar.
Likewise, an NGO has taken offense to Ranveer Singh's latest photoshoot and submitted a complaint against the actor for allegedly hurting the sentiments of women.
As per the report, an NGO has given a complaint against the latest photoshoot of Ranveer Singh at Chembur Police Station. The complainant stated that the 'Bajirao Mastani' actor should be charged under the relevant sections of the IPC (Indian Penal Code) as well as the Information Technology Act for the photoshoot.
The complainant further stated that the photoshoot hurt the sentiments of women and insulted their modesty.
The Chembur police official was quoted by the report as saying that they have not registered an FIR against the Bollywood actor as of now. The police official said that they are still investigating the matter.
“We received an application from a person associated with an NGO on Monday. No FIR is registered so far. We are enquiring," said the official.
Notably, Ranveer Singh's fans and his colleagues have extended their support to the actor and called it a brave move.