Ranveer Singh was in the headlines because of his nude photoshoot for a magazine. He also landed in legal trouble when a Mumbai-based lawyer filed an FIR against him for posing nude. Many celebrities spoke in the favour of the actor supporting him Twinkle Khanna also added her thoughts continuing the controversy. Actor and Writer Twinkle Khanna had a razor-sharp witty reaction to Ranveer’s nude photoshoot.
The actresses have only one complaint about Ranveer’s nude pictures. For her photos are under-exposed, she is unable to spot any details even with spectacles, and zoom tools. She wrote a long note in her column for Times Of India which she also shared on her social media account.
Twinkle Khanna commented on Ranveer’s nude photoshoot, “The first nudist colony in the world was reportedly based in Thane in 1891. At The Fellowship of the Naked Trust, clothes were not allowed, though you were kindly permitted to wear your eyeglasses and dentures. I suppose, after seeing all the dangling bits clearly, they expected you to bite your tongue if it wasn’t pleasing to the eye.”
She further added: “Following in these bare footsteps, our latest nudist Ranveer Singh’s nude photographs have been the subject of an FIR, television debates and even a musical parody with the stellar lyrics, ‘We can see his bum.’ Vidya Balan, who has been both the target of an obscenity case, and objectification like most actresses, said it best. When asked about her reaction to Singh’s photographs, she quipped, ‘What’s the problem? Let us also feast our eyes!’”
“I can assure the morally offended that while we are not advocating starting our own Fellowship of The Naked Trust, a thumping majority of women and the queer community are not bummed out by these photographs. In fact, we have only one complaint. Instead of over-exposure, the photographs seem underexposed. Even with spectacles, magnifying glasses and zoom tools, we are unable to spot any anatomical details, just a pool of shadows between two finely muscled legs.” Twinkle concluded. She further asked to read her entire column in the Times Of India.