New Delhi, April 29 -- Actor Sonakshi Sinha's relationship with the word weight doesn't seem to end, so she seizes this opportunity to tell the world about her relationship with Schezwan noodles, too.
The longest relationship Sinha had in college, while studying fashion design, was with junk food. "I ate Schezwan noodles for lunch every day," she says in an interview to Vogue India May 2015. The 27-year old, who laughed on being referred to as "carb" at the much-spoken-about AIB roast, says, "Honestly, I've been called much worse things in school."
She adds, "So this was really mild ... it was actually funny."
Sinha may have the face of a pinup, but she has also faced the same challenges as her fans - a body-shaming past that she has confidently left behind. "I've been on the other side of the weighing scale - I've been overweight (90-plus kilos) - and I know how hard it was to get where I am today," she says.
The turning point came a few years before she made it to Bollywood. "I was 18 then. One day, I was on a treadmill and I couldn't run for more than 45 seconds. I was panting," says Sinha, "That's when I knew that I had to do something about my body and metabolism," she says.