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Sonakshi Sinha turns doctor for Karan Singh Chhabra

Chandigarh, July 10 Tuesday, 2019 (Kulbir Singh Kalsi)

“People still hesitate to talk about the topic of sex education openly and this needs to change. There should be a separate period in school to educate students at the right age” said Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha in a chat with TV show host Karan Singh Chhabra while promoting her upcoming film which deals with the same subject.

On a lighter note, Karan made the dabang girl doctor for a day and asked to give medicine s to the needy in Bollywood. “This was a funny segment where I gave her situations and she had to take names from her fraternity. On being asked Who needs to be given a medicine to stop gossiping she instantly named Sidharth Malhotra” said Chhabra.

On working with the bubbly actress Karan added “This is probably the seventh time I am working with her. This time I shot for two episodes on the same day with her for two different channels and she is a delight to talk to anytime”.

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