"I am no expert on parenting. My son is four-year-old, so I am fresh father. Since, I have become a parent.. I feel if you sit down and get through your child and use one's understanding to teach them something.. is the easiest way," Ranvir said.
    
The 43-year-old actor, who enjoys a fair share of both critically-acclaimed and hit commercial films, says corporal punishment is most 'flawed' form of teaching to children.
    
"I think corporal punishment is the shortest, most impatient, flawed way of teaching or making a child understand something. If you hit a child, he or she will not learn anything," he added.
    
Even as a child, Ranvir said, he used get thrashed by his brothers.
    
"I had two elder brothers and they would thrash me if I do something wrong, then dad would thrash me. I think corporal punishment as disciplining the child is what I am questioning.. I feel there are less flawed methods."
    
The 'Mithya' actor will be next seen in crime drama 'Titli' set in a Delhi slum, and is about a family engaged in car-jacking. The film will release this Friday.

 

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