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Watch: ‘Art Historian’ asks ‘sundar’ Neeraj Chopra about ‘sex life’ and training balance, makes Gold medalist very uncomfortable

Rajeev Sethi did not stop there and proceeded to elaborate his question in further detail, expressing a great desire to know more about the Gold Medalist's sex life.

Neeraj Chopra is going through tough times lately. Navigating through Indian media appear to be proving certainly as tough for him as winning the Olympic Gold Medal. After managing to get away from dancing radio jockeys without too much damage, he landed at an event hosted by Indian Express where art historian Rajeev Sethi asks him about his sex life, thereby making him very uncomfortable.

Before asking the question, Rajeev Sethi exclaimed, “What a handsome young man you are!” Then he goes on to say that crores of Indians want to ask him something but are hesitant. Then he proceeds to ask, “How do you maintain a balance between your sex life and athletic training? I know this is a weird question.”

Uncomfortable with the question, Neeraj Chopra responded, “Sorry, sir. I have said sorry, you can know my answer from that.” Rajeev Sethi did not stop there and proceeded to elaborate his question in further detail, expressing a great desire to know more about the Gold Medalist’s sex life.

When the art historian attempted to apologise for the question, a disgusted Neeraj Chopra replied, “My heart is overwhelmed by your question.”

This is not the first time that the Tokyo Olympic Gold Medalist had to fend off uncomfortable overtures during interviews. A couple of weeks ago, RJ Malishka along with her Radio FM staff broke out into an impromptu jig to the tunes of ‘Ude Jab jab zulfein teri.’

Towards the end of the interview, Mendonsa tried to hug Neeraj Chopra ‘virtually’ on behalf of the entire nation. An uncomfortable Chopra responded with the gesture of ‘Namaste’ and said, “Namaste aisa door se hi.

Ayodhra Ram Mandir special coverage by OpIndia

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