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From Alia Bhatt to Masaba Gupta: Celebrities come out in support of Ranveer Singh

Updated on: 26 July,2022 07:00 PM IST  |  mumbai
mid-day online correspondent |

Ranveer graced the cover of the Paper Magazine’s ‘Break The Internet’ issue

From Alia Bhatt to Masaba Gupta: Celebrities come out in support of Ranveer Singh

Ranveer Singh/picture courtesy: Paper Magazine's Instagram account


Ranveer Singh graced the cover of the Paper Magazine’s ‘Break The Internet’ issue that had previously roped in global fashion icon Kim Kardashian for the same theme! Not only are the images aesthetically beautiful, let’s take a moment to call the shoot truly an iconic moment.


Paper Magazine that has previously put the likes of Kanye West, Miley Cyrus, Zayn Malik, Katy Perry, Megan Thee Stallion, among other top celebrities of the world in their editions, chose the maverick showman of India Ranveer Singh to grace the magazine. This itself is symbolic to the fact that Ranveer has established himself as a true blue global icon. The fact that Ranveer has collaborated with one of the biggest magazine’s in the world that has hailed him as ‘The Last Bollywood Superstar’ should be celebrated.



From Bollywood celebrities, to fashion industry stalwarts, to celebrated photographers, everyone has come out in support of Ranveer and celebrate this huge moment for India’s representation in the world. Here are some of the tweets:


Alia Bhatt: “I don’t like anything negative being said about my favourite Ranveer Singh. I love him and he is eternally favourite to all of us. He has given so much to the movies so we should only give him love.”

Masaba Gupta: “The best cover shot this country has seen. Brave & unapologetic.”

Rohit Bal: “Speechless 🔥”

Lilly Singh: “Major WIN 🔥”

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