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Another trouble for Ranveer Singh, now FIR registered in this state
Another trouble for Ranveer Singh, now FIR registered in this state

Patna: The problems of famous Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh do not seem to be decreasing. A case was filed in a Bihar court in connection with the nude photo controversy on social media. On Thursday, Muzaffarpur-based social activist M Raju Nayyar filed a complaint in a local court against Ranveer for hurting sentiments and insulting the dignity of women.  

Raju's advocate Manoj Kumar said the court will hear the matter on August 5. Earlier on Tuesday, an FIR was lodged against Ranveer at the Chembur police station in Mumbai. On Thursday, M Raju Nayyar filed a case in a local court here seeking registration of an FIR against Ranveer Singh for hurting the sentiments of women and for outraging his modesty.

Advocate Manoj Kumar said that Ranveer Singh should be booked under IPC sections 292 (sale of obscene representation, sale of goods etc), 293 (sale of obscene material to youth), 509 (uttering words with intent to hurt the dignity of a woman) and the IT Act. The Mumbai Police has already registered a case against the Bollywood actor under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) for the photoshoot. An FIR was lodged against Ranveer at Chembur police station on Tuesday.

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