Fans react to Ranveer Singh’s naked photoshoot, saying it “didn’t need fixing”
Ranveer Singh’s naked photoshoot has sparked debate on social media. The actor’s photos from a recent magazine cover shoot elicited mixed reactions, with some praising him for “breaking the internet” with his daring look, while others questioned his need for the “Exposed” e-commerce platform Myntra posted a snapshot of Ranveer wearing’ a patterned top and red jeans. Many people commented on the post, calling it a “good edit,” while others questioned why Ranveer’s photo needed to be “fixed.”
Photos from Ranveer’s Paper Magazine photoshoots were shared online on Thursday, and social media users quickly flooded the comments sections of the photos shared by the magazine and others on Instagram. The actor posed naked in the majority of the photos from his most recent photoshoot. His’sexiest photoshoot ever,’ according to some social media users.
Myntra posted an edited photo from Ranveer’s magazine cover shoot on Instagram on Saturday. “Fixed and how,” read the caption, which was accompanied by a wink emoji. The Instagram account Diet Sabya described Ranveer’s outfit as a “bedsheet printed shirt” paired with a pair of red yoga pants from Myntra’s clothing collection. Some praised Myntra for “playing it well,” and the edited film was dubbed “epic.” Many people praised the marketing ploy and left laughing emojis on Myntra’s post. Some, however, were unimpressed. According to the words of one user, “Really don’t think that (Ranveer’s naked photo) needed fixing.”
In his first interview in three years with Paper magazine, the actor discussed his maximalist style as well as his films. Ranveer also stated that he does not mind being judged for his choices. His upcoming projects include Rohit Shetty’s Cirkus, in which he co-stars with Pooja Hegde, Jacqueline Fernandez, and Varun Sharma. Among other projects, he has Karan Johar’s Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani, in which he will reunite with his Gully Boy co-star Alia Bhatt.
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