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Kriti Sanon, who recently did a photoshoot for Cosmopolitan India was slammed for posing with a taxidermied giraffe. In a picture, a actor can be seen wearing a span of shimmery trousers and a black tip with her left palm touching a face of a giraffe that seemed like it was hanging. Although it was a taxidermied giraffe, a whole judgment backfired.
The Instagram post on a magazine’s comment had Sanon quoted, “I’m not someone who gets indignant easily, though when we review about atrocities opposite women, it unequivocally upsets me.” The post serve explained “Taxidermy is a art of preserving an animal that died of healthy causes, for educational purposes. The giraffe featured here is floating (not hanging, heavens no!) with balloons on a back”.
Two years ago, Priyanka Chopra also found herself in prohibited waters for her argumentative print fire with Condé Nast Traveller magazine. The Quantico star was being pulled adult for wearing a tip that had a difference refugee, newcomer and alien crossed out while a word traveller stand out. Twitterati uttered their beating with Chopra for similar to wear such an insensitive ganji, substantiating that being a interloper is not a choice.
Once famous for soothing porn, a 2016 Oct emanate of Playboy was utterly a stunner for totally opposite reasons. In a first-of-its-kind move, a repository featured a 22-year-old Muslim publisher wearing a hijab in a iconic centre-spread. The design and talk of Noor Tagouri, an American journalist, in a ‘Renegades’ edition drew both appreciation and criticism. The sketch shows Tagouri wearing a black leather jacket, jeans, sneakers and a hijab, or headscarf; and she has been described as “a badass activist”.
— Noor (@NTagouri) September 25, 2016
In an modifying error, a cover of W Magazine’s 10th Anniversary emanate saw supermodels Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner though knees! Cosmopolitan.com editor Amy Odell was a initial to news a ‘terrible Photoshop fail’. Even sagacious fans speckled them with one commenting: “Another impractical physique expectancy for women : no knees”. On a cover, Jenner was seen cuddling a puppy and Hadid charity her a drink, while a duck peeks out of a tent and a worker lies deserted in a foreground. Surreal, really surreal.
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