Nishant Singh Malkhani opines about AIDS and gets candid in the conversation. After getting eliminated from the Bigg Boss 14 house, television actor Nishant Singh Malkhani has resumed his work in full swing. Nishant is currently busy shooting for his upcoming web series L.A.C. Bollywood Hush had an exclusive chat with the actor in regards to World AIDS day. The actor understands how important the awareness around this topic is in India. So, he went all in and told us about his opinions on AIDS.
Nishant Singh Malkhani opines about AIDS:
When I was in my 6th class, we were told about what AIDS is. And whenever we were taught about all this, it used to be very technical and boring. And it sometimes seemed that the teachers were pretty embarrassed. To talk about all this which I didn’t quite agree with.
I feel teachers should be very open and expressive about these kinds of taboo topics so that the next generation can learn it, understand it in a fun way and they can take the right kind of precautions ahead in life. AIDS is still not discussed as much as it should be.
I think it’s all about the sex-ed class in school. Where children are introduced to topics like sex and condoms and AIDS and the kind of precautions one should take, the kind of dangers that this disease possesses, etc but this has to be done in a very open, friendly way.
It cannot be in science, biology, or a technical class where children are not able to understand and teachers are not comfortable talking about. So, I request all the members of the education society to please understand that it’s a child that you are talking to and whatever you are teaching them will play a very important role in their life when they grow up. Just be friendly, be open, and be as simple as possible when you are explaining to any kid.
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