Television actor Sumona Chakravarti has commented on the FIR that was lodged towards actor Ranveer Singh after he shared a batch of nude images from a latest shoot. Ranveer appeared within the nude for Paper journal not too long ago, and whereas the images have largely been appreciated, a section of the society has voiced outrage.
A Mumbai-based lawyer filed a grievance towards the actor for outraging the modesty of girls and for being a poor affect on the youth, following which the Mumbai Police filed an FIR towards the actor. Reacting to the developments on social media, Sumona wrote on Instagram tales, “I am a woman. Neither is my modesty insulted nor my sentiments hurt.”
Sharing a remark made by her mom, Sumona stated that even she wasn’t offended by the photographs. In truth, Sumona’s mom had written, “Pics were great. God knows which sentiments got hurt. Maybe they wanted to see more.” Sumona summarised: “This is what my mother, also a woman had to say.”
Ranveer’s photoshoot had been applauded by his movie trade friends corresponding to Priyanka Chopra and Arjun Kapoor. “I think we should just appreciate what he has done. We should all be happy and proud of what he has done and it has nothing to do with me, so you are taking away from what the boy has done. He is proud of his body and is able to showcase that and full marks to him. Knowing Ranveer it’s not even that crazy what he does,” Arjun advised India Today.
The Mumbai police has booked the actor below sections 292 (sale of obscene books), 293 (sale of obscene objects to younger individuals) and 509 (act meaning to outrage modesty of girls) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) together with Section 67A of the IT Act, which offers with publication of any materials that incorporates sexually express act or conduct.