Updated: Aug 1
In response to the uproar over Ranveer Singh's most recent naked photo shoot, Kareena Kapoor has commented. Because "everyone has an opinion on everything," she claimed, people have "a lot of spare time."
Actress Kareena Kapoor talked about the outcry that followed actor Ranveer Singh's recent naked photo session. Kareena Kapoor stated that Ranveer's photoshoot is a "open ticket for everyone" to discuss and debate in a recent interview. She added that because "everyone has an opinion on everything," individuals have a lot of spare time. (Read more about Janhvi Kapoor standing up for Ranveer Singh's nude picture session here.)
After taking nude photos for the global publication Paper Mag, Ranveer found himself at the centre of a controversy. He also shared some of his nude photos from the shoot on Instagram a day later. Following a complaint from an NGO that he had "hurt the sensibilities of women in general and insulted their modesty through his images," a FIR was lodged in Mumbai.
"I think bolne ke liye sabko bolna hai," Kareena stated in an interview with India Today (I think people say it for the sake of saying). Everyone is welcome to engage in discussion and debate on it. Because everyone has an opinion on everything, I believe that everyone also has a lot of spare time. I have no idea why it is so large take. Like I mentioned, it only serves to demonstrate how much spare time everyone has.
Actress Janhvi Kapoor previously responded to Ranveer's photo session. She was cited by news agency PTI as stating, "I think it is our freedom and I don't think anyone should be punished for their artistic freedom." Along with Janhvi, other celebrities including Alia Bhatt, Arjun Kapoor, Vidya Balan, and Swara Bhasker have backed Ranveer.
The following movie featuring Kareena will be Laal Singh Chaddha, starring Aamir Khan, Mona Singh, and Naga Chaitanya. The movie is scheduled for August 11 release. She also just finished filming her OTT debut project under Sujoy Ghosh's direction. The Devotion of Suspect X, a Japanese novel with Jaideep Ahlawat and Vijay Varma in the key characters, served as the inspiration for the movie.