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Aditya Roy Kapur Admits Acting Is Easier To Give Up Than Sex. Mic Drop

MUMBAI, INDIA JANUARY 04: Aditya Roy Kapur and Katrina Kaif at the trailer launch of their upcoming movie 'Fitoor in Mumbai.(Photo by Milind Shelte/India Today Group/Getty Images)
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MUMBAI, INDIA JANUARY 04: Aditya Roy Kapur and Katrina Kaif at the trailer launch of their upcoming movie 'Fitoor in Mumbai.(Photo by Milind Shelte/India Today Group/Getty Images)

UTV Films released a sneak peek of Karan Johar’s scintillating online interview with Aditya Roy Kapur on delighting fans on Twitter, a day before the actor’s movie Fitoor is scheduled to be launched.

KJo, who is renowned for his entertaining chat show hosting skills, wasted no time and got straight down to business: he asked Kapur what was easier to give up, sex or acting.

To which Kapur, after barely hesitating, chose the latter. (swoon!)

.@karanjohar asks #AdityaRoyKapur all the questions we want answered! #HotChocolateWithKaranAndAditya#Fitoorpic.twitter.com/6MBBRS7jcx

— UTV Motion Pictures (@utvfilms) February 11, 2016

He also revealed some interesting titbits about co-actor Katrina Kaif.

#AdityaRoyKapur reveals something about #KatrinaKaif you've never heard! #HotChocolateWithKaranAndAditya@karanjoharpic.twitter.com/quymDtTd9y

— UTV Motion Pictures (@utvfilms) February 11, 2016

And his favourite pick up line too, although KJo’s was far better.

.@karanjohar finds out #AdityaRoyKapur’s favorite pick up line! #HotChocolateWithKaranAndAditya@Abhishekapoorpic.twitter.com/doImbC2kgz

— UTV Motion Pictures (@utvfilms) February 11, 2016

The show, titled ‘Hot Chocolate with Karan,’ will be aired on social media platforms on Friday, February 12.

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