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Breaking Chains: Pooja Bhatt’s Candid Confession on Gaining Fearlessness post ‘BBOTT2’

Mumbai: Pooja Bhatt, the first finalist to be eliminated from ‘Bigg Boss OTT 2’ during the grand finale, expressed that the show has augmented her fearlessness, honesty, and openness.

Pooja Bhatt engaged with the media after the conclusion of ‘Bigg Boss OTT 2’, which was won by Elvish Yadav.

Reflecting on her journey in the reality show, Pooja remarked, “Seeing so much love from so many people is overwhelming. I suppose I should have left the world of movies a long time ago and taken up ‘Bigg Boss’.”

She further elaborated, “I believe people from our generation have always drawn a line for cameras. We all know that I am the daughter of Mahesh Bhatt, but there are aspects of our lives that we keep away from the camera’s gaze.”

Regarding the changes in her life post ‘Bigg Boss OTT 2’, Pooja conveyed, “After participating in ‘Bigg Boss’, I’ve shed the last filter I had. Now, I’m even more courageous, open, and ready to speak candidly. I’ll live my life to the fullest.”

Contrary to the advice given by well-wishers, Pooja affirmed that she deliberately chose to be a part of the show.

She stated, “The motive behind joining ‘Bigg Boss’ was to challenge my limits. I wanted to see if I could do it or not. When I was offered this opportunity, those close to me advised against it. They said I’m a movie actor and that this kind of show is for those looking to make a mark. I was cautioned that I’d face insults on the show, so there’s no point.”

“Perhaps people believe that getting insulted is the show’s format, but I don’t share that view. The show provides a choice and opportunity. Whether you face insults or setbacks, you have the chance to rise again.”

Pooja added, “I entered with an open mind and heart, with a strong resolve. Now that I’m out, I hold my head high, my heart is full, as I formed deep connections within the house.”

“Bedika is like a sister and daughter, something I never had; Jad, Avinash, and Elvish became good friends. At the age of 51, I’ve made friends, proving that age is just a number.”