Yashraj Mukhate’s Fun Take On Ranveer Singh’s Photoshoot Controversy. Watch Video

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New Delhi: Ranveer Singh broke the internet recently with his latest photoshoot. Ever since the actor’s pictures from his photoshoot with PAPER magazine were shared online, he has become the center of discussion – from a meme fest to applauds and criticism, from a clothes donation drive for him to a police complaint. It is like everyone has their two bits to share about the entire episode. 

Now, music producer Yashraj Mukhate, too, has joined the bandwagon and has given a fun twist to the entire controversy in his signature style. Mukhate shared a video of the song he created from a television debate about Ranveer’s photoshoot. He took some of the responses from a debate on Ranveer’s controversy and converted it into a song.  

Yashraj Mukhate took to Instagram and shared the song with the caption, “We Can See His Bum.” 

The video has garnered around 1.6 million views till now.  

On Tuesday, Mumbai Police registered a case against Ranveer Singh under IPC sections 292,293,509 and It sec  67(A) after a complaint was submitted at the Chembur police station by an office-bearer of a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), also based in the east Mumbai suburb.  

The complainant stated the actor has hurt the sentiments of women and insulted their modesty through his photographs, the official said.  

The complainant demanded the registration of a case against the actor under the Information Technology Act and various sections of the Indian Penal Code. 

Meanwhile, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) in Madhya Pradesh’s Indore organised a clothing drive to “donate” clothes for actor Ranveer Singh after his photoshoot sparked outrage. The locals donated clothing into a box that had images of the actor from the photoshoot.  



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