Ranveer Singh has made his own fashion statement with his quirky style. He has often been in the headlines for the same. Recently the Goliyon Ki Raas Leela actor became a hot topic in the town for his nude photoshoot. He went nude for a magazine photoshoot that went viral later on social media. Arjun Kapoor came in support of Ranveer Singh for taking his call on this shoot.
Everyone pour in their opinions and suggestions on Ranveer’s photoshoot. While some critized him, his industry friends came in support. Arjun Kapoor and John Abraham, who are busy promoting their upcoming film Ek Villain Returns, also shared their thoughts. On Monday both were in Delhi with producers Ekta Kapoor and Bhushan Kumar for a promotional event.
During the event, John and Arjun were asked about Ranveer Singh’s viral nude photoshoot. The attack actor made a cryptic comment, he said “Photo nahi, aapne film nahi dekhi”. We guess he referred to his film Dostana and other films where he went shirtless. John further elaborated his point saying: “I’ve also wanted to tell you that there are a lot of edited portions of ‘Dostana’ that have had nude scenes.”
Gunday co-star Arjun Kapoor came in support of his best friend’s viral photoshoot. Arjun Kapoor said: “Ranveer Singh is a person who is known for his personality. He is someone who stays true to himself and never pretends to be someone else. If he is happy doing what he is doing and if it’s done aesthetically and if it is something that is coming from a genuine place to showcase how comfortable he is with his body. I think opinions are always fair like I always say. But it doesn’t mean it has to get into forcing your opinion down. He has every right to enjoy entertaining people in whichever way he seems right, we should not give it too much importance. We should look at the positive. If we start looking at the negativity, that’s what we will see. We should accept it as a part of his expression and move on.”
He further added: And may I just say this, it doesn’t matter what sex the person is eventually. If he/she is open to being photographed a certain way or not being, we should accept all. We should not make it a bigger deal than what it is already in society. Clothes in itself create a big issue of discussion. So I request all of you, let’s accept things. Let’s not make it a debate when there is none and genuinely there is not one”.