– A bad deed can be defended for a good cause but not in Ranveer’s case. It has stood naked for cheap publicity. In an interview given to ‘Paper Magazine’, Ranveer wisely shed his clothes so that fans could see his soul. This talk of Ranveer is like the height of hypocrisy. Good man, what is visible after undressing is the body, not the soul.
Hindi film actor Ranveer Singh’s nude photo shoot has been the talk of the town ever since it went viral on social media last week. Due to this photo shoot done for ‘Paper Magazine’ Ranveer has been in the limelight for the last few months and now there are speculations that he may fall under the law because an FIR has been registered against Ranveer Singh.
Lalit Shyam, who runs an NGO in Mumbai, complained that after seeing Ranveer’s nude pictures, women will feel ashamed, encourage nudity and have a bad effect on the society, so these pictures should be banned and removed from all platforms.
It was also alleged that Ranveer had hurt the dignity of the woman by showing nude pictures. Mumbai Police has registered an FIR against Ranveer based on this complaint.
Lalit Tekchandani, who lives in Chembur, Mumbai, also filed a similar complaint against Ranveer. A woman also complained. The woman claimed that her dignity was damaged due to the nude pictures. Abhishek Chaubey, a BJP leader and lawyer in Mumbai, also filed a complaint objecting to Ranveer’s nudity. On the basis of that, an FIR has been registered against Ranveer, and Ranveer is furious from all sides.
We there usually nothing happens quickly after a complaint is filed against a celebrity. In the name of investigation, it happens that things break and then get wet, but in Ranveer’s case it is possible to be different because there is a BJP-Shiv Sena government in Maharashtra and Ranveer’s wife Deepika is in her twelfth month with BJP. Deepika has already fallen out with the BJP two years ago by standing by the JNU students.
The BJP could not do anything at that time, but now the stakes have come, there is every possibility that the BJP-Shiv Sena government will put Ranveer in jail to settle all accounts. Within 24 hours of the complaint against Ranveer, an FIR was also registered against him. From the fact that the case against Ranveer has also been registered under non-bailable clauses, it seems that tough times are coming for Ranveer, a long drawn-out arrangement has been made.
What the Mumbai Police will do in this case is bound to fall in two or four dice, so there is no point in speculating, but believe me, even if Ranveer is let in, there is nothing to regret. Ranveer’s exposure to nakedness by having a nude photo shoot is obvious to the naked eye, so it cannot be defended.
A man who does evil for a good cause can be defended but not so in Ranveer’s case. He has started this business for cheap publicity and is standing naked.
In an interview given to ‘Paper Magazine’, Ranveer Singh shared the wisdom that he took off his clothes so that fans could see his soul. This talk of Ranveer is like the height of hypocrisy. Good man, what is visible after undressing is the body, not the soul.
Associating nudity with the soul is considered fashionable in a certain class, but such behavior does not work in civil society.
One cannot imagine what kind of situation will arise if everyone stands like a naga in the name of showing the soul like Ranveer. A member society has some rules. A rule is also to cover the body with clothes in public.
Everyone has to follow this rule. No matter what you do within the four walls of the house, it is necessary to cover the body in the outside world, otherwise there is no difference between man and beast.
Ranveer has removed his clothes to show that he is different from others and now he is covering up his petty act in the name of soul. In these circumstances, if Ranveer is brought in, a precedent will be set. In future someone will think a hundred times before doing such a move for publicity. Ranveer is a film star. The youth in India follow film stars, take inspiration from them and act like them.
Taking inspiration from Ranveer, what will happen if the youth gets into nudity and starts posting their nude pictures on social media?
Years ago, Amitabh Bachchan rejected the film ‘Siddharth’ because he was supposed to be nude in it.
It was a necessity of the story, but Bachchan refused because it would have a bad effect. Taking inspiration from this case, celebrities including Ranveer should act responsibly. If those people do not act responsibly, there is nothing wrong in making them aware of the responsibility by the law.
BJP calls Deepika a ‘traitor’ and member of ‘Tukde Tukde’ gang
Ranveer Singh’s wife Deepika Padukone is not liked by BJP and Hindus, so Ranveer has become a target of Hindus. Deepika’s film ‘Chhapak’ came in 2020.
Before the release of ‘Chhapaak’, Deepika went to Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). At that time, a controversy was going on that hooded goons entered JNU and brutally attacked innocent students. Deepika went to JNU to support him, BJP supporters broke down on social media.
BJP leaders called Deepika a ‘traitor’ and a member of the ‘Tukde Tukde’ gang and announced a boycott of ‘Chhapaak’. Deepika’s other films were also asked to be boycotted. Smriti Irani said that, Deepika is of Congress origin, so what do you expect from her? The Modi government did not support this campaign. Prakash Javadekar, the minister of the Modi government, said clearly that Deepika is a good actress and is free to go wherever she wants, so this should not be given too much importance.
Ranavveer can be jailed for 5 years, fined 10 lakhs
An FIR has been registered against Ranveer under Sections 292, 293 and 509 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) as well as Section 67 (A) of the Information Technology (IT) Act. If found guilty, Ranveer could face up to five years in jail and a fine of millions.
If arrested under Section 67 (A) of the IT Act, bail is not available, so if Ranveer is arrested, he can be slapped. If found guilty under this section, the first offense can be punished with imprisonment of 5 years and a fine of up to 10 lakh rupees.
The second offense is punishable with imprisonment of 7 years and a fine of up to 10 lakh rupees. It is Ranveer’s first crime, so he will be sentenced for 5 years. This section is for spreading obscenity by electronic means.
Section 292 of IPC deals with spreading obscenity. He can be imprisoned for 2 years in the first offense and 5 years in the second offense. A fine of two thousand rupees will also be imposed. Section 293 provides for providing obscenity to persons below 20 years of age. 3 years imprisonment for the first offense and 7 years imprisonment for the second offence. In addition, a fine of 5 thousand rupees will be imposed. Under Section 509, a case is filed for showing anything that insults the dignity of a woman. In this case, imprisonment for three years and fine can be imposed.