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Pooja Bhatt replied to trollers: Said- they want to get attention after seeing abuses, said on nepotism- 8 new girls worked with me


Mumbai10 hours agoAuthor: Ashish Tiwari

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Pooja Bhatt has recently appeared in the web series 'Big Girls Don't Cry' released on Amazon Prime. Pooja Bhatt has been seen playing the role of a boarding school principal in the series. Meanwhile, during a special conversation with Dainik Bhaskar, Pooja Bhatt discussed both personal and professional issues. He has also responded to those trolling on social media. He says that some people are hungry for attention. This is the reason why they want to get people's attention by making wrong comments. Apart from this, Pooja has also spoken openly on the big issue like nepotism.

In 1999, Pooja received the Best Actress Award for the film Zakhm at the Bengal Film Journalists Association Awards.

In 1999, Pooja received the Best Actress Award for the film Zakhm at the Bengal Film Journalists Association Awards.

Pooja Bhatt spoke on nepotism

Pooja is tired of hearing the word nepotism in the industry. He said that not one but 8 new girls have got a break in this series of mine. All those girls are from different places and cultures. Where is nepotism in this? Praising his father Mahesh Bhatt, he said that he has always been giving opportunities to new people. Therefore no one can point fingers at my family regarding nepotism.

Pooja Bhatt is the daughter of Mahesh Bhatt and his first wife Kiran Bhatt.

Pooja Bhatt is the daughter of Mahesh Bhatt and his first wife Kiran Bhatt.

Pooja said that it was not my father who made me a star, but the audience. She believes that if I am working even today, I am doing it only because of the audience. It is the love of the audience that I am getting work even at the age of 52.

Pooja had told in an old interview that the film 'Aashiqui' is based on the love story of her parents.

Pooja had told in an old interview that the film 'Aashiqui' is based on the love story of her parents.

For the people in the industry, he says that if you are not able to accept criticism, then do not accept praise either. Be it criticism or praise, Pooja keeps herself ready for everything.

He said- There should be some moral ethics in everyone's life. You must have the strength to express your views. For me, Bhatt sir (father Mahesh Bhatt) is the most important person, but if I do not agree with anything he says, I will tell him this. I cannot agree with his yes, and Bhatt Saheb respects it.

He told that we all live together, but in my house everyone has every right to express their opinion. At the same time, the society allows you to present your stand with some conditions.

Pooja with mother Kiran, brother Rahul and father Mahesh Bhatt.

Pooja with mother Kiran, brother Rahul and father Mahesh Bhatt.

No one should be given a job on the basis of gender – Pooja Bhatt

Pooja was asked whether female actresses and directors in the industry get equal opportunities compared to males? On this Pooja said- The biggest feminist in my life has been male, so it would not be right to say so. Many times men understand your feelings more than women. She believes that work should not be given on the basis of gender. Work should be given only to those who rightfully deserve it.

Pooja is happy to see that today many women are present on the sets. He said- In my time there were hardly 3 or 4 women on the set. At that time there were 99% men on the set. Pooja said that even though there were so many men on the set. But he never made Pooja feel uncomfortable.

Pooja replied to trollers

On trolling on social media, Pooja Bhatt said that it has become very common. He said- It becomes known who is deliberately trying to troll. Many times there are 99 good comments out of 100. But there are some people who have made up their mind that you can do as much good as you want. He will comment only what he has already thought.

Pooja said- Trolling is often done by those people who do not get attention in their own lives. They do this to get attention. Perhaps he wants to gain fame by doing this. But I am not here to give fuel to anyone. Do trolling as you want. It shows your reality, not mine.

Pooja Bhatt received the Best Debut Award for the film Daddy in the 1991 Filmfare Awards.

Pooja Bhatt received the Best Debut Award for the film Daddy in the 1991 Filmfare Awards.

Taking her point further, Pooja said that people are misusing social media. The actress says that if you do not like someone's acting or work, then comment on the same issue. Pooja believes that he says dirty words because he knows that it will get everyone's attention. Finally he said that people have many problems in the world. Use social media but be nice to other people too.

Pooja Bhatt wanted to study in boarding school

Talking about her character, Pooja said that she always wanted to go to boarding school. His dream was to experience hostel life. He never got a chance to experience this before. But now, he has experienced the hostel life by playing the role of a principal in this series.

Pooja made her Bollywood debut with the film Daddy (1989).

Pooja made her Bollywood debut with the film Daddy (1989).

Pooja's temperament has been mischievous since childhood. She told that the school in which she studied. There all the children were treated equally. It did not matter who was whose son or daughter. But she was quite mischievous, so she spent most of her time in the corridor serving punishments.

Actresses were not allowed to speak openly

Pooja told that from the very beginning of her career she was given the tag of being rebellious. Even today this tag is with him. He said- Earlier actresses were not treated well. Many people used to come and explain to us that if we want to become a star, we will have to stop giving our opinion. You cannot present any personal opinion in front of people. You don't need to openly tell the world who or what you think.

Pooja said- I did not pay much attention to these things. Because I am Mahesh Bhatt's daughter. I have learned from him to show the world exactly who you are. Whether they accept you or not is not your problem.

It is a big thing to express your views fearlessly in the industry. This requires a lot of courage. On this, Pooja says that the skill of expressing her views openly is in her bloodline. From the very beginning, she has made her role model only those people who knew how to express their views fearlessly. Pooja says- I always liked to listen to those people who were open about not only their courage but also their weaknesses. Used to talk. I have always taken inspiration from such people.

Pooja with mother Kiran in childhood.

Pooja with mother Kiran in childhood.

Talking about the rejection, Pooja said that today people doubt themselves so much that they take 50 selfies and post one photo from it. People do not want to accept their own reality. Because they are afraid of rejection. Pooja believes that what you consider your weakness is your biggest strength.

Writers are given less value in the industry- Pooja Bhatt

Pooja says that in our industry writers are not given the value they deserve. He said- Writing is the most important thing to make a good film. After this the director gives a good shape to the story. But when films become hits, actors start feeling that they have become hits because of them. But many people contribute to this.

Pooja Bhatt with father Mahesh Bhatt.

Pooja Bhatt with father Mahesh Bhatt.

She wants that women should come forward in writing and screenplay. She said that I do not say that sympathy is only the property of women. Men also have equal rights on this.

Pooja is getting a lot of appreciation for her recent series. She said that she would like to do new and challenging roles in the coming times.

In 2021, Pooja Bhatt made her OTT debut with the Netflix series 'Bombay Begums'.

In 2021, Pooja Bhatt made her OTT debut with the Netflix series 'Bombay Begums'.

Made debut at the age of 17

Pooja made her Bollywood debut with the film 'Daddy' (1989). It was directed by his father Mahesh Bhatt. Pooja was only 17 years old then. In this film, she was presented in a very bold style, Pooja received the Filmfare New Face of the Year Award for the film. Pooja's film 'Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahi' released in 1991 was the biggest hit of her career. Through this Aamir Khan starrer film, he won the applause of the audience.

Pooja Bhatt was honored with the Best Film on Other Social Issue award for the film 'Tamanna' in 1999.

Pooja Bhatt was honored with the Best Film on Other Social Issue award for the film 'Tamanna' in 1999.

Her acting in 'Sadak' with Sanjay Dutt in 1991 was appreciated. Pooja's last film was 'Everybody Says I'm Fine' released in 2001. In 2004, he stepped into direction with the film 'Paap'. In 1996, he opened Pooja Bhatt Production Company, under which 'Tamanna' was released.

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