Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor, who is often mired with controversies over his social media posts, has once again invited a fresh trouble for himself over his recent post on micro-blogging site Twitter.
Reportedly, an NGO 'Jai Ho Foundation' has filed a written complaint with Mumbai Cyber Police after Kapoor posted an indecent image of a child on his Twitter handle.
In a statement, Afroz Malik, President of Jai Ho Foundation NGO said, "We would request you to immediately register an FIR against actor Rishi Kapoor under relevant sections of POCSO (Protection of Children from Sexual Offences) and IT Act for posting indecent, nude and vulgar picture of a minor child on his Twitter account @chintskap," reported IANS.
"Rishi Kapoor has more than 2.6 Million followers on Twitter account. This means this pornographic image material got circulated to more than 2.6 Million people. There are more than 66 retweets and 476 likes as of now on his this indecent image," the statement further read.
According to the media reports, the complaint was lodged at the Cyber Police station of Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra East.
While Rishi Kapoor removed the image with in a day of posting it, he later shared another video on Twitter where a little a little boy is seen spanking a girl and the boy standing next to him is thought to be responsible.
Smart Alec! pic.twitter.com/E63Z2F5t2H— Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) August 26, 2017
Currently, Rishi Kapoor is gearing up for the release of his upcoming movie 'Pately Ki Punjabi Shaadi' along with Paresh Rawal and Vir Das. Helmed by Sanjay Chhel, the movie is slated to releas on September 15.