Old video of Vinod Khanna surfaces where he speaks about the need for sex even before he had joined Osho
Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, October 6
Actor, villain, sanyasi and politician, Vinod Khanna was the debonair Bollywood actor of his time. Being one of the most handsome, his charms and amazing confidence to act in movies could have made him one of greatest leading actors in the industry had he not left it all to explore spirituality with Osho.
Born on October 6 in 1946, Vinod was brought up in a rural area of Gurdaspur in Punjab. The late actor was a graduate from Mumbai-based Sydenham College. Despite being well-educated, Khanna kept his degree aside and joined films.
On April 27, 2017, Vinod died after battling cancer for years. The bold and charming actor never shied away from talking about his views on sex even before he joined Osho.
An old video of Vinod’s, in which he aired his views on sex and how he “needs it” as much as anyone else, has surfaced on social media. He says people should not object to him being with women.
In the video, Vinod says, “Well, I was a bachelor and I am no saint as far as women are concerned. I need sex as much as anybody else does. Without women we won’t be here, without sex we won’t be here, so why should anybody object to my being with women.”
He started his career in films as a villain with Sunil Dutt’s ‘Man Ka Meet’ in 1968 and worked in ‘Amar Akbar Anthony’, ‘Muqaddar Ka Sikandar’ and ‘The Burning Train’, which were big hits. In the late seventies, he joined Osho. In 1997, Vinod joined the BJP. A winning MP from Punjab and Minister of State portfolios in the Culture and Tourism and External Affairs ministries were some of the highlights of his political career.
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