Recently, Pooja Bhatt seen discussing about her regrets in life in the recent episode of Bigg Boss OTT 2.
Pooja Bhatt, the multi-talented actress, filmmaker, and producer, recently opened up in a candid interview about the regrets she carries with her. In this revealing conversation, she offered a glimpse into her personal journey, highlighting the valuable lessons she has learned along the way. Pooja Bhatt has revealed her regrets in life in the reality show ‘Bigg Boss OTT’. earlier she had also shared about her addition for alcohol.
As a member of one of Bollywood’s most esteemed families, Pooja Bhatt had her fair share of successes and challenges in the film industry. Her contributions as an actress and her directorial ventures garnered critical acclaim, but fame and fortune often come with their own set of trials.
Pooja was spotted reliving her experience in Bollywood while speaking to her fellow competitors. She also expressed her misgivings, saying that she lives by the adage “If you’re the smartest person in the room, you should probably move.” She said, “I only regret things I didn’t do, not things I did! I believe it’s crucial to at least try since you can either lose something or get everything.
In addition, she said, “We can’t disguise what and who we are as Bigg Boss contestants. Everything is understood by the audience. Since only one of us will prevail, we must make an effort to do our best.
At the tender age of 17, Pooja made her screen debut in her father’s 1989 movie Daddy. In the years that followed, she contributed to numerous movies, including Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin, Sadak, Phir Teri Kahani Yaad Aayee, Jaanam, Junoon, Sir, Guneghar, Zakhm, and Border. She made her directing debut in the early 2000s with Paap, which was followed by movies like Dhokha, Holiday, Jism 2 and Kajraare.
As Pooja continues to evolve and take on new challenges in her career, Pooja Bhatt serves as a beacon of hope and inspiration, proving that it’s never too late to embark on a journey of self-discovery and pursue a life of purpose and fulfillment.