Sangati Jogwar

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  • Janhvi Kapoor was recently spotted promoting Mr. and Mrs. Mahi.
  • She warned the paps not to click photos from 'wrong angles'.

The last few years have seen a rapid rise in the culture of paparazzi in India. While earlier it was restricted only to Europe and Hollywood, today paps can be seen covering even a small event attended by celebrities, television artists, or reality show stars. They are specially invited for red and green carpet events and the launch and premiere of important functions. But many PR agencies also tip them to cover the arrival or departure of their celeb clients so that they continue to stay in the limelight and relevant on social media.

But at times, the way these media people cover the stars makes them uncomfortable, especially when it comes to female celebrities. Taking a closeup of their backside is a common thing for which many leading film personalities like Mrunal Thakur and Palak Tiwari warned the paparazzi asking them not to take videos or photograph of their backside.

Recently, even Janhvi Kapoor, who is promoting her upcoming film Mr. and Mrs. Mahi with Rajkummar Rao, similarly warned the paps. Since the movie has cricket as the core subject to promote it properly and in an eye-catching way, Janvhi chose a red coloured outfit with small cricket balls embellishing the back of her dress.

While she was promoting the film when the paps came forward she requested them saying, "Aap na galat angle se photo mat lijiye."

The paps who sounded amused, reacted saying, "Nahi nahi sahi angle se hi lenge." However, as the Dhadak actress continued to walk away from them with her back to the camera they did cover her properly which proved that you cannot expect the photographers to stop rolling their camera if they do not wish to.

In the name of fashion, many B-town girls choose to wear dresses that are quite revealing but beautiful and make them look glamorous. However, when they are photographed from a particular angle, it looks quite vulgar or indecent and that is why nowadays many celebrities are calling out the paps not to cover their backside or stop taking pictures from wrong angles.

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