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Milind Soman shares his take on Ranveer Singh's nude photoshoot

Saturday, July 30, 2022 • Hindi Comments
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Milind Soman shares his take on Ranveer Singhs nude photoshoot

Actor Ranveer Singh recently sparked several debates and discussions by sharing pictures from his nude photoshoot for Paper magazine. Ever since those pictures went viral, several people have criticised him for spreading obscenity and some have even filed police cases against him for hurting female sentiments. However, a large group of people and celebs have also applauded Ranveer for his brave photoshoot.

Actor Milind Soman, who himself has posed nude several times in his career, recently shared his take on the while issue. He told ETimes, "There are lots of people who liked the pictures, and then there are people who didn't like them and that is good. I am saying in our history, as the human race, there has never been a time where everybody liked everything. There were always people objecting. Even when the temples of Khajuraho and all were carved, which we talk about all that as a part of Hindu culture, and they have got naked people on them doing things, even at that time maybe there were people who objected that we don't know. There are lots of people who object about lots of things. I mean it's okay, who cares?"

Citing his own example, Milind shared, "There was a lot of noise even when I did the shoes ad. I mean we were arrested, there was a case that went on for 14 years and we were acquitted. But that's okay, I still shot nude after that and before that too. How does it matter? Every time there is discussion and debate, things get better. Till the 1930s, almost till the 1940s in America, men were not allowed to go shirtless, it was illegal. There are people who object to all kinds of things. Imagine, if nobody objected to anything or they couldn't object...So now that they can, you must listen. It's not that we have to do what they say, you have to do what you believe is right. If there is any law that says what Ranveer Singh has done is wrong, then let the law take the action."

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