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Pooja Bhatt was born on February 24 1972. She is an Indian movie director, actress, voice-over artist, and filmmaker. Naturally introduced to the Bhatt family, she is the daughter of Indian producer Mahesh Bhatt. Bhatt assumed her most memorable driving part in Mahesh Bhatt’s TV film Daddy in 1989. For the film, she won the Filmfare Grant for Lux New Face of the Year for Best Female Presentation.
Early Life of Pooja Bhatt
Pooja Bhatt was brought into the world on February 24, 1972, by the Gujarati-speaking Bhatt family. Her father’s name is Mahesh, and her mother’s original surname is Loraine Splendid. Mahesh was isolated from Loraine and yet again wedded Soni Razdan, an entertainer by her own doing. The Bhatts live in Bandra, Bombay.
On her dad’s side, Bhatt is of transcendent Gujarati plummet, and on her mom’s side, she is of English, Scottish, Armenian, and Burmese lineage.
She has two stage sisters, Alia and Shaheen, and one natural sibling Rahul. Noted Bollywood entertainer Emraan Hashmi and Movie Chief, Mohit Suri, are her cousins.
Her uncle, the late Balwant Bhatt, and granddad, the late Nanabhai Bhatt, both on the fatherly side, were famous Bollywood film chiefs.
Pooja made an introduction to her father’s creation, ‘Daddy,’ when she was only 17 years of age. She plays the alienated little girl of a drunkard father, played by Anupam Kher.
Pooja Bhatt’s Career
Bhatt made her acting debut at age 17, in 1989, with Daddy, a television movie coordinated by her dad Mahesh Bhatt. In the film, she depicted a spirit looking through a young lady in an alienated relationship with her alcoholic dad, played by entertainer Anupam Kher.
Her most notable movies during the 1990s included Sadak inverse Sanjay Dutt (1991), Junoon, Jaanam, and Phir Teri Kahani Yaad Aayee inverse Rahul Roy, Sir (1993), and Guneghar (1995) inverse Atul Agnihotri, Tadipaar (1993) and Naaraaz (1994) inverse Mithun Chakraborty, Murmur Dono inverse Rishi Kapoor, Angrakshak inverse Bright Deol (1995), Chaahat inverse Shah Rukh Khan (1996), Tamanna (1997), the super-hit and multi-starrer Boundary (1997) and Zakhm (1998), inverse Ajay Devgan.
Bhatt (right) with her dad Mahesh Bhatt and entertainer Mallika Sherawat in 2004.
Her last film appearance was in an English-language film. Everyone Says I’m Fine! In 2001. She has since zeroed in on delivering and coordinating. She made her first time at the helm with Paap in 2004, featuring John Abraham and Udita Goswami. From that point forward, she has made four more executive endeavours: Occasion (2006), Dhokha (2007), Kajraare (2010), and Jism 2 (2012).
In 2020, Bhatt returned to acting with Sadak 2, a continuation of the hit 1991 film. Her dad got back to coordinating with this film after 20 years. It was delivered on August 28 2020, on the streaming stage Disney+ Hotstar.
In 2021, Bhatt will be found in the Alankrita Shrivastava-coordinated forthcoming web series Bombay Begums. It will likewise highlight Amruta Subhash, Shahana Goswami, Plabita Borthakur, and Aadhya Anand.
Achievements and Awards of Pooja Bhatt
- Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration in 2000 for Zakhm
- National Film Award for Best Film on Other Social Issues in 1997 for Tamanna
- Filmfare Lux New Face Award in 1991 for Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin
- Bollywood Movie Award – Critics Award Female in 1999 for Zakhm
- Smita Patil Memorial Award in 1992
Pooja Bhatt is an actress in the Indian film industry, filmmaker, voice-over artist, and director. She addicted to alcohol and was once called an alcoholic by everyone. But she had quit drinking alcohol. His father, Mahesh Bhatt, has helped and motivated her to quit alcohol.
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