Par­rikar tells kids about his ‘adult movie’ ex­pe­ri­ence

The Free Press Journal - - NATION - AGEN­CIES /

Goa Chief Min­is­ter Manohar Par­rikar on Tues­day shared at a Chil­dren's Day func­tion here his ex­pe­ri­ence of watch­ing an "adult movie" in his youth.

Par­rikar was in­ter­act­ing with school stu­dents when one of them asked what kind of movies the for­mer De­fence Min­is­ter watched dur­ing his younger days. "We would not just watch movies, we have also watched adult movies of that era," Par­rikar replied.

"You are see­ing more things on TV now than what was shown on adult movies then."

"There was a pop­u­lar movie. I was an adult at that time. Me and my brother had gone to watch it. Dur­ing in­ter­val, when the lights came on, I re­alised that my neigh­bour was sit­ting next to me. This neigh­bour used to chat with my mother every evening. I told my­self, we are dead," said Par­rikar. The CM, who is known for pep­per­ing his speeches with anec­dotes, said both he and his brother ran away from the hall, leav­ing the movie mid-way. But he came up with a plan to "pre-empt" the cri­sis.

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