Deepika Padukone's husband Ranveer Singh lost his virginity to an older woman at the age of 12?

First Published 2, Jun 2020, 4:05 PM

During an interview, Ranveer Singh discussed his first sexual encounter, which was with an older woman when he was 12 years old

<p>Here is a huge/major throwback interview of Deepika Padukone's actor husband Ranveer Singh.</p>

Here is a huge/major throwback interview of Deepika Padukone's actor husband Ranveer Singh.

<p>The interview was done back in 2014, during his movie promotion. And later the interview went viral and was being talked about on social media. </p>

The interview was done back in 2014, during his movie promotion. And later the interview went viral and was being talked about on social media. 

<p>The interview was conducted by Deccan Chronicle, where Ranveer confessed that he had lost his virginity as a 12-year-old boy to an older woman. The actor also said that he had sex with her out of curiosity.</p>

The interview was conducted by Deccan Chronicle, where Ranveer confessed that he had lost his virginity as a 12-year-old boy to an older woman. The actor also said that he had sex with her out of curiosity.

<p>In 2014, Ranveer said that he enjoyed women hitting on him. "I think I was around 12 when I did it. I started everything early, everything! I was way ahead - so much so, that in school all the mothers used to say he (Ranveer) is that rotten apple that's spoiling all our kids." </p>

In 2014, Ranveer said that he enjoyed women hitting on him. "I think I was around 12 when I did it. I started everything early, everything! I was way ahead - so much so, that in school all the mothers used to say he (Ranveer) is that rotten apple that's spoiling all our kids." 

<p>Ranveer Singh talked about his condom ad also, which was the talk of the town, "When I am in a car, I see these hoardings go by. I thought to myself, somebody is selling this, somebody is selling that, why isn't anybody selling condoms? Then I realised that the only ads we have for condoms are very provocative in nature. That shouldn't be the only prevailing definition of sex. As a society, we have evolved; our attitude towards the subject has changed. So we can have open and healthy conversations about this. Somebody needs to point that out or else people will keep treating it as taboo."</p>

Ranveer Singh talked about his condom ad also, which was the talk of the town, "When I am in a car, I see these hoardings go by. I thought to myself, somebody is selling this, somebody is selling that, why isn't anybody selling condoms? Then I realised that the only ads we have for condoms are very provocative in nature. That shouldn't be the only prevailing definition of sex. As a society, we have evolved; our attitude towards the subject has changed. So we can have open and healthy conversations about this. Somebody needs to point that out or else people will keep treating it as taboo."

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