Pooja Bhatt, who gained prominence through her journey on Bigg Boss OTT 2, has maintained strong connections with her friends and colleagues. Recently, she conveyed heartfelt birthday wishes to her friend and former co-star Deepak Tijori, highlighting the value of genuine friendships in our lives. Accompanied by a selfie featuring Deepak Tijori, Pooja’s sincere message conveyed, “Amidst a world of fleeting relationships, let’s celebrate an enduring friendship—one that transcends time, distance, successes, failures, and all the trappings that come with fame and notoriety. Happy Birthday Deepak Tijori! Your presence enriches my life in boundless ways. My affection for you knows no bounds—both now and eternally.”
Deepak Tijori was evidently moved by this birthday note, responding in the comments with, “My love for you surpasses the depths of the oceans, now and for all eternity.” Deepak Tijori is a notable figure in the Hindi film industry, having played significant roles in movies like Khiladi, Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar, Ghulam, and Baadshah. It is reported that he gained prominence after his role in the romantic drama Aashiqui, directed by Mahesh Bhatt, Pooja Bhatt’s father. The collaboration between Deepak and Pooja extended to films like Sadak, Jaanam, and Pehla Nasha.
In due course, Deepak Tijori ventured into directing and helmed the 2006 film “Tom, Dick, and Harry.” Interestingly, akin to Pooja Bhatt, he also has a connection with Bigg Boss, having participated in the inaugural season of the reality show in 2006.
Meanwhile, Pooja Bhatt secured the fourth runner-up position on Bigg Boss OTT 2. Throughout her stint on the show, the actress candidly discussed her challenges and tribulations, including her past relationship with her former husband, Manish Makhija. During the show, she disclosed, “Following the divorce, I aspired to rediscover myself. However, in an 11-year-long relationship, how does one cope with the abrupt end? It was akin to a sudden demise. While people inquire about your well-being, society expects you to respond positively. Subsequently, I resorted to alcohol to mask the pain. Ultimately, I realized the imperative of liberating myself and embarking on a journey of self-discovery. Regrettably, I inadvertently delved deeper into a negative phase.”
Prior to her participation in Bigg Boss, Pooja Bhatt made appearances in shows such as Bombay Begums and Chup: Revenge of the Artist, showcasing her versatility in the entertainment realm.
What is written in Pooja Bhatt tattoo?
On her left forearm- An owl
On her left shoulder- An eye, butterfly, and a compass
On her left hand’s fingers- Zibu Symbols
On her right forearm-‘Alles iat ein marchem’ i.e. Everything is a fairy tale