Ashmit Patel and Himansh Kohli on Ranveer Singh’s nude photoshoot: If you don’t like it, don’t watch it – Exclusive | Hindi Movie News

Ranveer Singh can make headlines even without clothes. Last week when the ’83’ actor, known for his extravagant fashion, posed nude for a magazine, the internet went into a frenzy. An FIR was registered against Ranveer Singh for hurting the sentiments of women and spreading obscenity by posting those pictures on Instagram. Actor Himansh Kohli failed to understand the reason behind the outrage. Talking to ETimes, he says, “People had a problem with him wearing so called outrageous attire earlier. He proved his notion of ‘Ranveer standing out only because of his clothes’ wrong by posing bare body, But they still have a problem. I have to say that people will always have perspectives that may not align with yours, and it’s okay to have a different opinion and do things differently. If you don’t like something, So don’t watch it.”

Ashmit Patel, who has done bold photoshoots himself, echoes the idea as he also says that if people don’t like it, they can always choose not to be seen. Ashmit also believes that Bollywood has always been an easy target, but the entire society cannot be judged on the basis of a handful of people who have filed FIRs. “There are people who say it’s not necessary. Maybe those people have a point. But it’s a personal choice. Like there are a lot of things I don’t agree with – like objectifying women in Bollywood item numbers Do. I don’t even agree with how social media allows kids of any age to be out there. If you see so many men/women posting so many pictures, there are barely any clothes on them And children have free access to these. So we have to look at all aspects if we question where our culture is going. We can’t just pick one person and target them for nothing. It is unfair and unfair,” he says.

Milind Soman, Madhu Sapre, Sherlyn Chopra, Poonam Pandey among others have also faced similar allegations in the past. Reflecting on the same, Himansh says, “Our gods, ancestors, etc., were more liberal towards such erotic matters. It was never considered taboo then, and no temple sites and other cultural and various sexual Can see figures in situations. Religious artifacts. But, gradually, we are going to such an extent that people are not able to express themselves freely, and discrimination on the basis of religion, caste, interest etc. is increasing. We are moving towards a more oppressed society; admitting there is no question of nudity.”

Sharing his thoughts about going into Shaukeen, Himansh says, “For me, going bare body or nude is only to do with the script. If the story requires it, do it. Sometimes you need to go for extra buzz. But I avoid it because I’m not a tool. As a professional, I make sure I stay true to my art and do everything that’s required of it, but I don’t mind those requests. which I think are not viable.”


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