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Sonakshi scared of reading through her father’s biography
Pradhan took seven years and a series of interviews with Sinha to write the book. Sinha\'s wife, Poonam, said that she had to read the book to understand her actor-husband more.
Actress Sonakshi Sinha said that she is too scared to read her father Shatrughan Sinha's biography.
Anything But Khamosh: The Shatrughan Sinha Biography’ by renowned columnist, critic and author Bharathi S Pradhan was launched in Mumbai on Friday.
"I am too scared to read the book. There are certain things in a parent's life that the child just should not know," said Sonakshi.
One of the chapters in the book reportedly talks about Sinha's off screen relationship with actress Reena Roy and how their relationship continued for some time even after he married Poonam.
Sonakshi said that she has read the book till the point Sinha became an actor, but doesn't wish to read on.
"I have read a few chapters of the book which talks about his younger days, his childhood and certain things which we didn't know. Now I am holding back from reading any further. I've reached the struggling days and the college and him becoming an actor. That's it. I am okay till there," Sonakshi added.
Pradhan took seven years and a series of interviews with Sinha to write the book. Sinha's wife, Poonam, said that she had to read the book to understand her actor-husband more.
"It was necessary to read the book because after reading it I felt that I didn't know this man. I wish I had known a lot of this. The Man I Didn't Know' would be a sequel to ‘Anything But Khaamosh’,” she said.