‘We used to giggle and draw back from intercourse training class,’ says Rakul Preet Singh forward of ‘Chhatriwali’ launch

New Delhi:Actress Rakul Preet Singh, who’s gearing up for her upcoming streaming movie ‘Chhatriwali’, spoke about her expertise with intercourse training when she was at school.

The movie talks concerning the inhibitions round male contraceptives and protected intercourse. Nonetheless, the actress mentioned that it’s a household drama and may be watched with mother and father as nicely.

She mentioned: “It’s a family film, a film which I can watch with my family or parents or my father sitting right next to me because not one dialogue in the film is creepy or has double meaning. Everything is a matter of fact, and it is the need of the hour.”

“In 2023, we need to have conversations which are important and highlight topics which are important and there is nothing in the film which could have caused any inhibition. It’s a story of a girl and how she realises the importance of safe sex and why she takes the onus upon herself of speaking about it freely and openly,” she added.

The actress, who is thought for her work in Bollywood and South cinema and was seen in movies equivalent to ‘Physician G’ and ‘Thank God’, spoke concerning the taboo round discussing intercourse training.

“When I was in 9th/10th grade and whenever sex education class used to happen, as teenagers, we used to giggle and shy away from this topic and find excuses to bunk these classes because somewhere knowingly or unknowingly, there is a taboo around this conversation,” she confessed.

“I feel it’s absolutely normal to discuss this because if we can discuss heart health then why can’t we discuss uterus health or STDs. It’s part of our health, so we shouldn’t shy away from speaking about this topic openly,” the actress additional talked about.

She shared her hope from the film and mentioned that individuals who watch the movie can have a change in method.

“The motive of the film is entertaining people, and I feel that if through entertainment you can change people’s ideology and set them on the right path, that’s a bonus. And if ten people change their way of thinking, it’s an achievement for us.”

Produced by Ronnie Screwvala and directed by Tejas Prabha Vijay Deoskar, ‘Chhatriwali’ options Rakul Preet Singh and Sumeet Vyas. Will probably be launched on January 20 on ZEE5.

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