|Name Pooja Bhatt|
Role Film actress
|Born 24 February 1972 (age 43) (1972-02-24) Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
Occupation Actress, Producer & Director
Relatives Mukesh Bhatt (uncle) Rahul Bhatt (brother) Alia Bhatt (half sister) Emraan Hashmi (cousin) See Bhatt family
Spouse Manish Makhija (m. 2003–2014)
Siblings Alia Bhatt, Rahul Bhatt, Shaheen Bhatt
Movies Dil Hai Ke Manta Na, Sadak, Rog, Jism 2, Junoon
Similar People Alia Bhatt, Mahesh Bhatt, Rahul Bhatt, Manish Makhija, Shaheen Bhatt
Parents Mahesh Bhatt, Kiran Bhatt
Pooja bhatt divorces husband manish makhija
Pooja Bhatt (born 24 February 1972) is an indian film actress, voice actress, model and film maker. She is the eldest child of Indian film director, Mahesh Bhatt.
- Pooja bhatt divorces husband manish makhija
- Thank you daddy says pooja bhatt aired february 2006
- Early life
Thank you daddy says pooja bhatt aired february 2006
Bhatt was born on 24 February 1972 to Mahesh Bhatt and Kiran Bhatt (born Loraine Bright). On her father's side, Bhatt is of predominately Gujarati descent and on her mother's side, she is of English, Scottish, Armenian, and Burmese ancestry. She is the step-daughter of Soni Razdan. She has a brother, Rahul Bhatt and half-sisters Shaheen and Alia Bhatt. Her cousins are Hitarth Bhat and Emraan Hashmi.
Bhatt made her acting debut at age 17, in 1989 with Daddy, a TV film directed by her father Mahesh Bhatt. In the film she portrayed a soul-searching teenage girl in an estranged relationship with her alcoholic father, played by actor Anupam Kher.
Her biggest solo hit and her big screen debut came with a musical hit, Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin (1991), which was a remake of the Oscar-winning Hollywood classic It Happened One Night. Pooja Bhatt appeared in many bold shoots like Stardust.
Her most well-known films in the 1990s included, Sadak opposite Sanjay Dutt (1991), Junoon opposite Rahul Roy , Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahin opposite Aamir Khan (1991), Sir (1993), Phir Teri Kahani Yaad Aayee (1993), Tadipaar (1993), Ghuneghar (1994), Naaraaz (1994) opposite Mithun Chakraborty, Hum Dono, Angrakshak opposite Sunny Deol (1995), Chaahat opposite Shahrukh Khan (1996), Tamanna (1997), super-hit and multi-starrer Border (1997) and Zakhm (1998). Bhatt has also acted in some popular hit regional Indian films.
Her last film appearance was in Everybody Says I'm Fine! in 2001. She has since focused on producing and directing. She made her directorial debut with Paap in 2004, starring John Abraham and Udita Goswami. Since then, she has made four more directorial ventures: Holiday (2006), Dhokha (2007), Kajraare (2010) and Jism 2 (2012).