Pooja Bhatt has always been a revered icon in the world of entertainment. She has carved a niche for herself by being actively “bold” with her choices. She recently appeared on Bigg Boss OTT 2, gaining a whole new demographic of fans. She kept it very serious on the show, from expressing her opinions to opening up about her battle with alcohol.
At a recent book launch, “Unchain My Heart”, Pooja spoke about her struggle with alcoholism and using it to cope with her life, saying, “I used alcohol as a band aid, I was trapped and I was me. chained. First to be a good wife and then to satisfy me with a bottle. I asked myself what is the difference between a bad relationship and a bottle. I was using both to numb the pain. So, I learned how to deal with myself, my anguish and my emptiness and from that came something magical. I kicked the bottle and it’s been seven years since I’ve been sober.”
Pooja Bhatt even spoke about her sister, Alia Bhatt, and how different they are in public spaces, “My sister Alia is so successful because she knows what to share. What to put out there and what not. But yes I have learned that it is only expressed when you are authentic and when you speak from the heart When I look back on my life, I am enjoying the fourth season of fame There are four seasons in the artist’s life. He/she has potential, then they say she has arrived, then they say she is over and then they say she is back. So, I came back with Bombay Begums.”
Pooja Bhatt was married to Manish Makhija for 11 years. She even discussed the topic of divorce, “I found myself in a marriage that was falling apart. It wasn’t falling apart because of any painful situation, it was quite boring, neither of us cheating nor were we interested in it. woman, I realized that I lost myself in the process as I ticked the box that society set for me It took me a while to realize that I am trapped in a marriage that was not working for me Lost I am feminine. He was a wonderful man but there was loneliness in my soul.
On the work front, Pooja Bhatt has been shining recently in Bombay Begum.
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