Janhvi Kapoor spoke about ‘Freedom’ on Ranveer Singh’s nude photoshoot, said – this is wrong
After Vidya Balan, Janhvi Kapoor is the Bollywood actress who has come out in support of Ranveer Singh’s nude photoshoot. Ranveer is in legal trouble by doing a nude photoshoot for Paper Magazine, FIRs have also been registered against him in Mumbai and Indore. Janhvi, who is busy promoting her upcoming film ‘Good Luck Jerry’, recently reacted to the matter.
Reacting to Ranveer Singh’s nude photoshoot, Janhvi Kapoor said that he (Ranveer) is an artist and no artist should be punished for his freedom.
Jhanvi Kapoor is busy promoting ‘Good Luck Jerry’
In fact, she recently reached Delhi for the promotion of her film ‘Good Luck Jerry’, where she answered many questions during the press conference. Meanwhile, when the actress was questioned on the photoshoot of Ranveer Singh, she openly supported the actor.
Jhanvi Kapoor said this thing
Jhanvi Kapoor, while keeping her point, said that I think this is the freedom of the artist. No artist should be punished for his freedom.
These Bollywood actresses supported
Many Bollywood male artists including Parineeti Chopra, Vaani Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Vidya Balan have also spoken in support of Ranveer Singh’s nude photoshoot.
Who said what?
Where Parineeti Chopra said that apart from Ranveer Singh, she does not think that anyone could show the courage to get this photoshoot done. At the same time, recently Vidya Balan had said that ‘Hey what is the problem? For the first time any man is doing this, don’t we let the people also close their eyes. On the FIR lodged against Ranveer, he had said that if someone is hurt by this, then he should not see these pictures.
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